What version of the GNOME Shell am I running?
You can quickly find out your GNOME Shell version be running “gnome-shell –version”
danesh@r2d2:~$ gnome-shell --version
GNOME Shell 3.8.2
This is also an indicator to which version of GNOME you are running.
I lost my hard drive and was trying to install Windows 8 from a Windows USB boot disk. When came time to activate I was greeted with “Code: 0xC004F061 your key can only be used for an upgrade”. I bought the upgrade license during the launch sale but din’t know about this restriction.
Microsoft’s solution was to first install Windows 7 and then run the Upgrade assistant again to upgrade to Windows 8. That would take too long!
Some Googling later and a solution was found. A simple registry hack. Here’s how,
slmgr /rearmand hit press enter. Wait for confirmation.
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Archlinux dropped support for ifconfig “net-tools” sometime back. [announcement]
To get the ip address use “ip” tool instead.
ip addr show dev [device name]
ip addr show dev enp2s0
If you really want ifconfig back then grab the “net-tools from the AUR.
Try these alternatives.
You can’t block the internet!! Get that through your thick skulls …
This list will be updated as more mirrors show up so check back often.
Follow this guide and you’ll get to enjoy Spotify’s Linux client. Note that it’s a preview release and is unsupported.
Create a new source file for the Spotify repository.
# sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list.d/spotify.list
Add the following line into the source file.
Add Spotify’s public key so that you can verify Spotify’s packages.
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 94558F59
deb http://repository.spotify.com stable non-free
Update your sources
#sudo apt-get update
#sudo apt-get install spotify-client