Jun 29

To achieve this, you are going to need a VNC server running on the host computer, and a VNC viewer running on your Android phone. This may sound complicated to some, but its really easy. Just follow this simple how-to! πŸ™‚ Quoting wikipedia for those who have not heard it before: β€œVirtual Network Computing (VNC) […]

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May 03

KDE SC 4.4 is out in the wild for some time now. It comes with a new Kdm theme called Ethais (Author=Roman Shtylman) and a new Ksplash Screen (Authors = Nuno Pinheiro, Riccardo Iaconelli and Marco Martin). Lately I was trying to achieve a more unified login experience on my pc. I was thinking that […]

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Feb 28

In most distributions that come with KDE Software Compilation 4.3 and above, opening Dolphin for browsing the filesystem will give you this window: The left circle shows the Preview Mode Button. We will expand on this option below. On the right is the Information Panel, which in addition to showing info about the file (type, […]

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Jan 06

Update: The method still works on KDE SC 4.4 Konsole is the X terminal emulator of KDE. I find having the terminal out of my way, but always open and easy to reach out to, very convenient. It also looks cool. πŸ˜‰ With KDE SC 4.3 you can easily achieve this with a few clicks […]

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May 24

I think the words “package manager” are of the very first things a new GNU/Linux user learns (and soon appreciates!) when he opens the door to the free software world.. The idea of having the ability to install most of the programs available in the free software market from a simple application is both an […]

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May 24

Update: Since this post tends to get a few clicks and it’s rather outdated, I just wanted to give an update of what am currently using (last update: 15/05/2011) Oxygen KDE (Firefox Theme) as my theme instead of the KDE 4 and Firefox 4 theme. It’s under constant development and just keeps getting better. It […]

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