Archive for the ‘Linux’ Category

Dual pane view in Nautilus

The Gnome file manager Nautilus¬† has a cool dual pane view which makes moving/copying files much easier. Simply hit f3 to bring up the dual pane view, right click on a file and either move/copy the file to “other pane”. However, unlike KDE,¬† Gnome only allows you to move/copy to “home”, “desktop” and “other pane”. […]

LPI 101 & 102 Training , I-WORLD

For those thinking of doing their LPI 101 & 102, I-World is running a course next month. LPI Level 1 Exam 101 tests basic capabilities in these areas: Hardware & Architecture Linux Installation & Package Management GNU & Unix commands Devices, Linux Filesystems, Filesystem Hierarchy Standard The X Window System LPI Level 1 exam 102 […]

How to Fix Ubuntu 10.10 VirtualBox Guest Additions Problems

If you’re trying to run Ubuntu 10.10 Beta on your VirtualBox, you’re most likely having issues with the screen resolution. Installing the default VirtualBox client doesn’t quite help. Try the steps below, 1. Open terminal and enter the following command: #sudo apt-get update #sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-$(uname -r) #sudo apt-get install virtualbox-ose-guest-x11 2. Once […]

Google Chrome stable version out

Google, today released a new stable release of it’s popular web browser Google Chrome packed with all the beta goodies we have come to love. To add to the excitement, this will also be the first stable release of the browser for the Linux and Mac platforms. What’s in it you ask? 1. HTML 5, […]

Ubuntu mirrors up and improved!

With the recent internet issues, byte craft’s local Ubuntu mirror was not being up2date due to overlapping cron jobs. They have since moved to ubumirror running on apache/ngix and all seems good. Releases are on a 3 hour sync and archives 4¬† hours sync. Grab your CD images HERE.Enjoy the speed. via @angch from Byte […]

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