If you’re trying to access System Updates and it gives you errors like
Failed to fetch http:/packages. medibuntu.org/dists/precise/free/binary-i386/ Packages 404 Not Found
Or even if your trying to get a software or tool that you might need in the Software Manager and right after you type the sudo password, the ‘damn thing’ won’t even open…
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Tagged closed, dead, fix, issue, kde, medibuntu, mint 15 kde, repair, repos, solve issue |
Today’s the day I remove Linux Mint 15 Mate from my PC to re-install the L. M. 15 KDE version.
I’ve got a few good reasons for that, firstly, L.M. 15 Mate isn’t that flexible on the theme side, you can only play with the colors a little, and after you do’it you realise it looks like crap.
One of the most common issues with aging laptops is overheating, something many people aren’t sure how to fix. We’ll help you figure out what’s causing the heat and how to keep your notebook functioning at a lower temperature.
Overheating computers can cause a lot of problems, from seemingly random blue screens to data loss. You might not even know that it’s the root of your issues, and before you know it you have a burnt-out motherboard on your hands. Let’s go step by and step and see how to deal with overheating computers. We’ll be dealing primarily with laptops, but most of the same principles apply to desktops as well.
▶ Sublime Text 2 Code Snippets – YouTube
Sublime text hotkey
If your a programmer and you like to use
Sublime text to edit your code in UBUNTU, I got one for you.
In the Unity toolbar, go to
System settings ➡ Keyboard ➡ Shortcuts
Now the box of shortcuts will appear. To make this in a clean way, go at the bottom element from the list, called
Click on the + (plus) sign. Now type whatever you want in the name, I typed Sublime editor. And this is the important part. At command, type /opt/sublime_text/sublime_text. Continue reading
Posted in How to's, Ubuntu related |
Tagged developer, editor, hotkey, key, keyboard, open fast, quick edit, shortcut, sublime, sublime_text |
I’ve had a problem with my Trash in the last 3 days..
Deleted a file from /opt directory and when i was going in trash to delete it from the menu, I was getting the “You don’t have access” error…
Just found out that you need to go
root (obviously) to clear the garbage… lol
Open the terminal and run this command to empty all files and folders stored in Trash:
sudo rm -rf ~/.local/share/Trash/*
Aaaand that’s all !
Source Hosting files outside the htdocs directory
The document root (web root) directory is located at
/opt/lampp/htdocs/. All files placed in this directory will be processed by the web server.
To host other files on your system with XAMPP, you can configure an alias with apache.
I’ve recently discovered a new and great tool to store your passwords safely.
The best Password keeper
Yep! You got it, it’s the
KeePassX . For those who use Ubuntu, you can find it in the Ubuntu Software Center.
‘Trust the math. Encryption is your friend. That’s how you can remain secure even in the face of the NSA.’ Photograph: Beck Diefenbach/Reuters
I’ve read an article about
‘how to stay secure’ on TheGuardian, and it made me think a little. Continue reading
After the installation of Ubuntu 13.04 (2 days ago), I finally decided to try out some softwares. I needed something to cut my favorite song in order to send it to my phone.
If you need an
mp3 cutter, Audacity is the perfect tool for this. It has Fade in, Fade out, Bass Trembler and many other plug-ins installed that could be in handy.