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Fixing the driver issues with Intel Galileo Gen 2

Hi everybody, Getting started with driver problems can be annoying. Therefore, I have written a small step-by-step article to help you solve these finicky problems. Good luck! 🙂 Install Arduino IDE 1.6.5+ Install the Latest Java development kit 32-bit Connect

Posted in General, Operating Systems, Windows

High Performance Computing

Hello everybody, I will share a little bit of insider information that I am allowed to talk about. Stock prices, market trends and technology expectations speak for themselves – there are two fields of technology that will grow massively in

Posted in High Performance Computing, Internet, Linux, Supercomputers

Refill and Reset the Canon MP150 Printer

      In my humble opinion, the Canon MP150 is the best printer available. If I were to enumerate the reasons, I would list them as: 1) The Canon MP150 is easy to refill 2) Its cartridges are easily

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Posted in Fedora, Linux, Ubuntu, Windows

How to hide the RealVNC Tray Icon.

RealVNC has become popular not only for its appealing user interface, but also because of its faultless, swift and fast connection between the host and the client. There are notable contenders boasting the same powerful features and some of such

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How to enable MP3 in rhythmbox for Fedora 8?

Hello again, After a long while struggling to get a decent mp3 player for my linux machine, I came across a simple way to enable MP3 on rhythmbox, which comes with the Fedora 8 DVD. Unfortunately, Fedora’s Rhythmbox does not

Posted in Fedora, Linux, Ubuntu, Windows

How do I make all my folders open in the same window, in Nautilus?

If you want to set the file manager so that it doesn’t open a new window for each folder, you can follow these steps: Double-click on the “Computer” icon on your desktop. Go to the “Edit” menu and choose “Preferences.”

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Posted in Fedora, Linux, Ubuntu, Windows

How-to disable Touchpad on Linux

This method had been tested on Fedora 7, but I suppose that it should also work on other widely supported Linux’es like Red Had Enterprise, Suse, Mandrake.   The touchpad is indeed a useful tool but sometimes it can be

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