Tag: ubuntu

KDE File Dialog Now in Chromium Dev Build

Earlier, I reported that Google Chrome / Chromium would soon have KDE file dialogs for saving and opening files. This morning I installed a development build of Chromium 16, and there it is, native KDE file dialog support by default.

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How to Fix a Broken Grub Installation in Linux

Of all the errors messages and problems I have encountered over the years with Linux, there are few that I found more frightening than this one: No such device: UUID=ca40b0c0-3068-4808-bea2-9b439d31e1c2 Grub Rescue > Even with a kernel panic, your system

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What the Microsoft-Skype Deal Means for Linux Users

As news of Microsoft’s $8.5 billion acquisition of Skype begins to surface, I cannot help but ask the question.  What does this mean for Linux users of Skype?  In the past, Microsoft has gone out of its way to make

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Kno Tablet for School Textbooks

Earlier in the week, “I Can’t Internet” published my article “Will tablets replace laptops and netbooks?”  Essentially, my answer was no, but there are certain niche industries where it makes sense to move to tablets. K-12 schools spend hundreds of

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Latest articles

I am way behind in posting my articles. I have been very busy working on the final projects in the final semester of my degree. So, here is a quick run-down of my latest writing. Miniaturize Your Photos With TiltShift

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