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28 Ago/10

Get the Linux Mint GNOME Menu in Ubuntu [Linux Tip]

Get the Linux Mint GNOME Menu in Ubuntu [Linux Tip]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ubuntu is far and wide the most popular Linux distrobution, although Mint certainly has its advantages for beginners, such as the menu organization. Ubuntu Forums member KdotJ shows us how to add Mint’s GNOME menu to your Ubuntu desktop. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Get the...

20 Ott/09

Restore Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Behavior in Ubuntu 9.10 [Linux Tip]

Restore Ctrl-Alt-Backspace Behavior in Ubuntu 9.10 [Linux Tip]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Ubuntu 9.04 disabled the semi-crucial keyboard shortcut, Ctrl+Alt+Backspace, that used to force the X graphical server to restart, and made it wonky to re-enable. Luckily, Ubuntu 9.10, due out in nine days, has a single setting to restore it. The I am a Ubuntu blog pins down a little check box, under the System->Preferences->Keyboard settings, that restores the hard-reset shortcut familiar to long-time Linux users....

29 Apr/09

Find a Future Date from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Find a Future Date from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Have you ever needed the exact date a certain number of days in the future? The Command-Line Fu site shows how to use the date command to calculate future (and past) dates. Using the date command is simple—just open a terminal window on your Mac, Linux, or Windows with Cygwin desktop, use the date command with the -d parameter, and pass in a number of date increments in the future in days, minutes, years, months, or even weeks. For instance, to find the date 3 weeks in the future,...