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If you are constantly tweaking your setup the way I do, the login sound will drive you crazy after a short while. Of course, if you are constantly tweaking your setup, it’s very unlikely that you are reading this article because you already know how to do this.

Disable the Login Sound on Ubuntu


I dislike the system beep on any computer, anywhere, anytime. Here’s how to turn it off in Ubuntu.

Disable the System Beep on Ubuntu Edgy


In the Linux operating system, all filesystems are contained within one directory hierarchy. The root directory is the top level directory, and all its subdirectories make up the directory hierarchy. This differs to other operating systems such as MS-Windows which applies a separate hierarchy for each device and partition.

Linux or ubuntu Directory structure


I recently posted about the power of Vim and we also learned about some of Vim’s Sweet Moves. Today I wanted to talk about a few more advanced actions within Vim that can make your life easier. What are they? Find and Replace.

Something that we’ve all had to do at one time or another is use find and replace within a document. This is really easy within Vim.

Find and Replace with Vim : Ubuntu


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Android 4.4 field handheld features 3-inch thermal printer

Two Technologies’s LTE-ready “N5Print” handheld runs Android on a Snapdragon 800 and has a built-in printer plus Smart Card, magstripe, and barcode support. Early smartphones were modeled in part on field-service handhelds, which in turn have increasingly imitated smartphones. This has been especially true in recent years as the product category has migrated from Windows Mobile and CE (and to a lesser extent plain Linux) to Android. In the past, handhelds, which are often available in commercial, as well as similar, but more robust military models, have trailed the current smartphone technology by several years. Yet, we’re seeing and more Android handhelds that rival high end smartphones, such as Arbor’s quad-core, 5.5-inch Gladius 5. Read more

Leftovers: KDE Software

  • PyKDE Future: Seeking a New Maintainer
    For anyone who has been paying any attention of PyKDE5 over the last year or so, it is no secret that development and maintenance has been at a standstill. I've been very busy with a family and small children, and that eats time like you wouldn't believe. (Unit number 2 is almost 6 months now, healthy and happy I can report.) But another important factor is that my interests have shifted towards web related technologies over the last few years.
  • KDE 5_15.03 for Slackware-current
    qt-kde-620x350Here’s the latest and greatest of KDE’s software collection (Frameworks, Plasma, Applications). SInce my last ‘ktown’ release, all of KDE’s sources have been renewed, and today I am making public a package set for KDE 5 aka Plasma 5 with version 5_15.03: my March ’15 release.

OpenELEC 5.0.7 released

The OpenELEC team is proud to announce OpenELEC 5.0.7. OpenELEC-5.0 is the next stable release, which is a feature release and the successor of OpenELEC-4.2. Read more