You can create a movie DVD containing a tiny bootable Linux Operating System-GeeXbox.This can play your movies,music on any computer irrespective of whether the computer has an installed operating system or not.
You just have to boot from the DVD media.
I wanted to test some formatted printf outputs in C.My college browsing center did not have any c compilers.So I googled a bit and I found this site where I found test C Programs Online. http://codepad.org/ The following languages are supported in this site. C C++ D Haskell Lua OCaml PHP Perl Plain Text Python Ruby Scheme Tcl Damn useful.You can try out snippets of code on any computer that has an internet connection. [ad]
I found an interesting command in ubuntu. Go to terminal and type history and press enter. Voila!You get a long list all terminal commands that have executed. To clear the history type history -c More details about the history command can be found here. http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2008/08/15-examples-to-master-linux-command-line-history/ [ad]