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Disable Mouse Delay Between Monitors on Ubuntu

April 20, 2013 12:36 pm Leave your thoughts

So, a quick post to help those out there getting this issue. Just then my Ubuntu installation updates and it seems there is a mouse delay when moving the cursor between monitors (I use 2 monitors). I have no idea why this functionality even exist as it’s really annoying. Anyway,... View Article


Raspberry Pi: Faster and Lighter Web Browsing with Luakit

April 2, 2013 10:31 pm 3 Comments

So enter Luakit. An extremely lightweight and highly configurable web browser. It is based on webkit and GTK+. Now, as lean and mean Luakit can be, its user-friendliness can’t be rated as high. Therefore I have created this guide to help installing Luakit and configuring some options that I think will... View Article


Raspberry Pi: Retro Gaming Mania Part 2 – DosBox

March 30, 2013 7:37 pm 3 Comments

Welcome to the part 2 of Raspberry Pi Retro Gaming Mania, today we’ll take a look at DosBox, the greatest DOS emulators around. We are going to go through the least painful ways setting up DosBox from beginning to playing a game on the Raspberry Pi. By the way if... View Article


Managing Proxy Authentication and Exclusion List

February 28, 2013 10:45 pm Leave your thoughts

A lot of companies have implemented firewalls and closed off direct external internet access for security reasons. This results in developers going through proxy servers (internal to the company) in order to access external websites. Normally, these proxy server can be configured through the OS global configuration or through individual... View Article


Running UNIX/Linux command as anyone

February 7, 2013 11:18 pm Leave your thoughts

Sometimes you need to run a command in the terminal as another user in the system. I forgot the way to do this all the time, so here’s a little code snippets on how to do so. sudo su -s /bin/sh <insert user here> -c "CMD HERE" Tweet Vote on... View Article


Quake style console on Ubuntu

February 7, 2013 10:31 pm Leave your thoughts

If you are like me, requiring to open the Linux terminal every now and then in order to do test some of your codes. Then this tool, will be useful. Guake Terminal. The name comes from the game Quake. Remember the good ol’ days when we press tilde in-game and... View Article


Moving notifications bubble on Ubuntu

February 7, 2013 10:17 pm Leave your thoughts

I use Ubuntu pretty much for everything at work with dual monitor configuration. The one gripe that I had was notifications appearing on the far top right hand side of my secondary monitor (on the right…), this caused missing the notifications. Also I hated the colours of the bubble. To... View Article