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Facebook fans, running Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by ScottC89, Jun 14, 2010.

  1. ScottC89

    ScottC89 Newbie

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    I was looking for some software to run to add fans on my FB fan page. I'm running Ubuntu and I did not find anything out there. Really knew to Ubuntu and just did the switch a couple of days ago. Thanks in advance, I'll keep browsing for something.
     
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    Try **********, which is being sold by a member here. It's a bit expensive but it can definitely take your facebook marketing to another level
     
  3. *Candi*

    *Candi* Regular Member

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    You are right.
    Though ********** is expensive but it works very well.
    I have very good experience with it.:beach2(2)
     
  4. CPA Cash

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    i run Linux Mint which is built on Ubuntu and the best thing to do is install virtual box and run all your SEO software on that. As far as which software to run I think the posts above me already took care of that.

    Dont even waist your time trying to run stuff in WINE, it sucks. Or also what I do for heavy BH stuff is just rent a vps. I log in through the virtual box or you can login from the terminal.

    Let me know if you need the command prompts for the rdesktop
     
  5. Grizzy

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    I don't think your going to find any fb marketing software in the repositories dude.. Programmers code IM tools for Windhoes because that is the OS of choice for the vast majority of their target market.

    Just run ********** in a virtual machine and your good.
     
  6. cybermeid

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    Which Windows OS do you run inside Virtual box?XP or Windows 7.I am having some problems with Vista and I know that it sucks.
     
  7. Grizzy

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    XP all the way. Unless there is an specific OS feature that you need, why go for all the fancy bells and whistles of 7 or vista when you can have a less resource intensive solution like xp?

    I go a step further and adjust for best performance in system properties, kill all unnecessary services and perform a few other performance tweaks as well. An optimized XP running inside of VirtualBox is blazing fast.
     
  8. CPA Cash

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    yeah i run xp, if you dont have a disk you can also install xp in virtual box from an iso. just dont get too crazy with the ram and video setting and such.

    once you have it installed you'll need to adjust the screen res in the virtual xp machine, other wise it ends up being a small window and you wont see all the options in your programs.

    Grizzy's right about killing all the crap in the xp box (the reason many leave xp to start with IMO) it will be fast.

    another good reason to run the virtual box is that any viruses or crap gets held up in the virtual machine and wont link over to your main OS. But then again I dont share folders between the two, so that could be a factor also. good luck
     
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  9. ScottC89

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    thanks for the info... thought no one was ever going to reply... going to check that program out. :)
     
  10. cybermeid

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    If I dont have a disk,how can I install XP from an ISO,thats a news to me.Can you give a link showing how to do that?Also is there anyway I can install XP using USB.I tried searching for windows inside virtual box of a linux,but all I can get is results showing how to install linux inside virtual box of windows.