Search results “Gnu make file options” for the 2011
Creating and Formatting Partitions with FDISK and mkfs - BASH - Linux
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Views: 117679 Kris Occhipinti
GNU / Linux : Lignes de commandes Débutant 4
Je n'ai pas de publicité :-) Merci de soutenir mon travail sur : https://www.patreon.com/justumen Mon retour depuis 2018 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8kpvf0mO60 Mon nouveau projet [vostfr] : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYtFnk0P4x0 QUIZ : http://bjornulf.fr/linux/ vocabulaire : parent,enfant,arguments,options,répertoire courant
Views: 8414 Bjornulf Frode
Boot from ISO files using Grub2 in Ubuntu
My latest screencast showing how I boot from .iso files using Grub2 in Ubuntu. Here are the lines to make the necessary boot entry: menuentry "My Newest Ubuntu Daily Build" { set isofile="/oneiric-desktop-amd64.iso" loopback loop (hd0,1)$isofile linux (loop)/casper/vmlinuz boot=casper iso-scan/filename=/oneiric-desktop-amd64.iso noprompt noeject quiet splash initrd (loop)/casper/initrd.lz } Music by Derek Miller. Song titled "In Phase One."
Views: 25488 smartscreencast
GNU/Linux Virtual Cube
Views: 129 REOSpeedBaby
Linux Reader - Access Linux Files From Windows - Windows 7
http://www.diskinternals.com/linux-reader/ How to get safe and quick access to alternative file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is a new easy way to do this. This program plays the role of a bridge between your Windows and Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, HFS and ReiserFS file systems. There are a number of evident merits of the program, which you should know. First of all, DiskInternals Linux Reader is absolutely free. Secondly, the program provides for read-only access and does not allow you to make records in file system partitions. This guarantees that the interference in an alterative file system will not affect the work of Linux later. Apart from this, it is necessary to note, that it gives you an opportunity to use common Windows Explorer for extracting data. A preview option for pictures is one more pleasant point, which is worth mentioning. How to get safe and quick access to any file systems? DiskInternals Linux Reader is an easy and short way to solve the problem! While saving, it ignores file security policies. It means that it is possible to access absolutely any file on a Linux disk from Windows. The program can create and open disk images. Linux Reader is 100% FREE.
Views: 29276 notoolrush
How to create a simple bash script
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Views: 164 1shotatu
Open folder with kate
simple service menu for kde4 to open your folder with kate, it opens only text files. of course linux only :) http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/kate+folder+service+menu?content=147325
Views: 1821 nowardev
6 · First C program built (from terminal) |Difficulty:•|
Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C In this occasion, the first attempt of building from the command line is done. We set the cmd.exe properties so that it is more practical to modify the commands. We change some directory names in order to distinguish IDE built exercises from command line built exercises. Using GCC as the builder, we write the name of the .c file to be compiled as the first argument to GCC.
Views: 6342 Gabriel Hasbun
Secure Erase / Format With bootable CD/USB Linux Parted Magic by Britec
Secure Erase - Format With bootable CD-USB Linux Parted Magic by Britec This is a GUI Linux Secure Erase based on the Parted Magic ISO. It can be used on the Indilinx single controller drives and Sandforce based drives including the RevoDrive, RevoDrive X2 and the IBIS. For the RevoDrive, RevoDrive X2 or the IBIS see the note at the bottom of the page. Go to the Parted Magic website and download the latest ISO. After downloading use your favorite burning program to make a bootable Parted Magic disk Tutorial http://www.briteccomputers.co.uk/forum/tutorials-and-how-to/secure-erase-with-bootable-cdusb-linux-point-and-click-method/ ------------------------------------------ http://www.britec.org.uk http://www.pcrepairhertfordshire.co.uk
Views: 63211 Britec09
GnuCash absolute basics
A REALLY basic introduction for complete beginners, who may not even have seen an accounting program before. I hope this is useful to someone. It'll be easier to watch if you use a higher resolution, bigger viewer, or full-screen. Many thanks to all who have worked on making GnuCash such a useful tool!
Views: 234247 Quentin Stafford-Fraser
[HowTo] Change GRUB Background Image(Easy way)
Check out: http://www.facebook.com/Videoorchard Easily Add Backgroud Image to your GRUB/GRUB2 in Ubuntu 12.04/11.10/11.04/Linux Mint 1) Open terminal window and Type: sudo nautilus 2) Copy an image file you want to use as GRUB background,then paste it under a folder: /boot/grub/ 3) Update GRUB: sudo update-grub Note: Grub/Grub2 Background Image format supports: jpeg, tga, and png. Videoorchard Official Fan pages: Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/Videoorchard Twitter : http://twitter.com/Videoorchard Music: http://www.youtube.com/LDUKMusic
Views: 22717 Videoorchard
Grub Rescue - Complete Re-install of GRUB 2 from Live USB
Seeing nothing but the grub rescue prompt? Did Windows mess up your Master Boot Record? Using Ubuntu, GRUB 2 got you down? Who needs Live CDs? This video tutorial will show you how you can use an Ubuntu Live USB drive to reinstall GRUB, even when your boot device is inaccessible. Commands used in this video: sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt *****Using the linux installation on your hard drive instead of /dev/sda5 sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys sudo chroot /mnt grub-install /dev/sda *****Using your boot device instead of /dev/sda CTRL-D sudo umount /mnt/dev sudo umount /mnt/proc sudo umount /mnt/sys sudo umount /mnt This video was produced on Linux and edited entirely using open source programs! My USB is a Mimobot, found here http://bit.ly/pSU2Wt Intro made in Linux by Yazlanka: http://twitter.com/#!/yazlanka Outtro thanks to Wayne Tedder :http://www.youtube.com/user/deathguppie Fight for the users in our Discord: https://discordapp.com/invite/CKYwgxA
Views: 293288 Nixie Pixel
C++ Programming Intro to Code Blocks Tutorial
Want all of our free C++ videos? Download our free iPad app at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-training-courses-from/id418130423?mt=8 http://www.infiniteskills.com/training/learning-c-plus-plus.html In this video based course expert author Mike McMillian shows you the techniques to take your C++ Programming skills to the next level. This tutorial video covers Code Blocks. This lesson is just a short extract from the full 10 hour course. If you would like to view all the C++ Programming videos in far higher detail, please visit our website. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/OreillyMedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OReilly/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia Website: http://www.oreilly.com/
Intro to Simply Fortran: Starting from Scratch
This brief video shows how to get started with Simply Fortran from scratch. A new Fortran file is created and added to an empty project. Next, the executable is renamed under project options. The project is then saved and, finally, built and executed.
Views: 9640 approximatrix
C++ tutorial 15 - command line arguments
In this tutorial on C++ I want to show you the command line arguments. Actually we will give parameters to the main function.
Views: 57863 thecplusplusguy
C++ Code::Blocks error; uses an invalid compiler. Probably the toolchain path
C++ tutorials for code::blocks error "Hello World - Debug" uses an invalid compiler. Probably the toolchain path within the compile the compiler options is not setup correctly?! Skipping... I'll show you how to fix this problem!
Views: 203435 Daniel Foreman
Modifying metadata using the NetCDF-Java Tools-UI
Demo of how to modify metadata for a dataset using the NetCDF-Java Tools-UI and save as NetCDF.
Views: 2634 Richard Signell
Creating a MicroBlaze emulator in C++11 (runs Linux!)
In this tool-assisted programming video, I create a portable emulator for a certain architecture that can run Linux, using C++11. The source code is about 780 lines in total. Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit Patreon: https://patreon.com/Bisqwit (alternatives at https://iki.fi/bisqwit/donate.html) Twitch: https://twitch.tv/RealBisqwit Homepage: https://iki.fi/bisqwit/ Approximate count of lines of code per topic, in the source code: - 80 lines, CPU: Registers and constants - 230 lines, CPU: Interpreting and parsing CPU opcodes - 80 lines, CPU: Exceptions and Interrupts - 100 lines, CPU: Memory Management Unit (MMU) - 50 lines, I/O framework: Memory map, endianness and integer sizes - 50 lines, Device: UART (console I/O) - 60 lines, Device: Timer - 50 lines, Device: Interrupt Controller - 20 lines, Loading of Linux kernel from disk file - 60 lines, (other, and inaccuracies in the above numbers) All resources concerning this video can be downloaded from https://bisqwit.iki.fi/jutut/kuvat/programming_examples/microblaze/ . I do not own a MicroBlaze chip, nor any FPGA platform by Xilinx or anyone else. I just wanted to create an emulator that can run Linux, inspired by Fabrice Bellard's JSLinux at http://bellard.org/jslinux/ . For the emulator programming example that I wanted to create, I started looking for the simplest possible platform that can run Linux, and from reading GXemul source code, I initially went with DEC Alpha. However, after writing most of the CPU emulator for Alpha, I perceived that by adding the remaining parts, such as PALCODE emulation, the emulator easily grows far beyond what people could read and understand in 15 minutes (YouTube's currently enforced limit on my account). Thus I gave up with DEC Alpha. Then, when studying QEMU source code, I learned about MicroBlaze. I downloaded the official documentation of MicroBlaze, and found that it was possible to emulate it with a relatively few lines of code. I had the kernel up and booting in a few days, but I ran into serious problems when trying to get userspace programs work. Turns out, the GNU toolchain for MicroBlaze is not as robust as I thought it would be. I won't enumerate the exact list of problems I had, but metaphorically speaking, I spent two weeks wading a poisonous swamp, trying to find a way around thorny bushes that seemed to extend for miles in all directions. It was quite exhausting. Thanks to the MicroBlaze target GCC maintainer, Michael Eager, for being patient with me and my many questions and/or complaints. In the end, I settled for less-than-perfect and this is what you have. After all, my focus was in the emulator, not in Linux... Examples on how the MicroBlaze CPU differs from Intel 386/Pentium family (x86): - Many categories of instructions are optional, even ones that have been always present on x86. - All instructions are 32 bits in length (with an optional 32-bit prefix for long immediates). In x86, instructions are of varying lengths. - All memory access must be properly aligned. In x86, only a handful of SIMD instructions require memory addresses to be aligned. - MicroBlaze is big-endian (12345678h is stored in memory as 12 34 56 78). x86 is little-endian (78 56 34 12). There is also a little-endian version of MicroBlaze. - MicroBlaze has instructions with a "delay slot", where a branch/return will not take immediately effect, but after one extra instruction. x86 does not have delay slots. - Support for "flags" is very minimal. Only a handful operations support the carry flag. With x86, almost every operation affects the zero, sign, carry and other flags. - Floating point functionality is greatly reduced, and in fact, optional. In x86, the FPU is built-in (since Pentium), and supports more precision. - The TLB is software-managed, by the kernel software. In x86, it is hardware-managed from the paging tables that are stored in system RAM. Apologies if the text's tininess bothers anyone. From my previous videos I received feedback suggesting that I should try to maintain a broader visual to the source code rather than zooming in at times for focus, so I did exactly that. I also experimented with some ways to keep the aspect ratio natural even as it varies. Tip: HD. The ending cuts a few seconds short due to an unidentified encoding mishap. I put the text in annotations instead. The music in this video is played through ADLMIDI using OPL3 emulation. The songs are from SNES games Thunder Spirits, Bahamut Lagoon and Fire Emblem 4. I do some tool-assisted voiceover in the video. I had great fun doing that, not taking my cumbersome pronounciation too seriously. English is very difficult to pronounce, very difficult sequences of consonants and sometimes hard to choose the right phonemes to begin with. I have found Hebrew and Japanese to be significantly easier. Anyway, does anyone want to contribute closed-captions?
Views: 28042 Bisqwit
PowerPoint 2010 - Using the Blur Effect
Have you ever wanted to blur the background of a photo but you don't want to use Photoshop? In the video below we show you just how to do this. We've also provided a step by step process below. This is an awesome photo technique in PowerPoint. It's a technique that many designers have been doing in Photoshop. If you don't have Adobe Photoshop you can still apply this effect. You do need to have Office 2010 (or 2011 for the Mac). To begin you will need to choose a photograph, the best option is one that has people or an object as the main photo but has a distracting background that you would like to blur out, one that has a depth of field is ideal. For this technique you will use these functions in PowerPoint, Copy and Paste or the Duplicate Command, Background Removal and Artistic Effects. Step by Step: 1.) Choose your photo. Again one with depth of field is ideal. 2.) Duplicate your image, you can select your image and copy and paste using the Ctrl-C (Copy) and Ctrl-V (Paste) keyboard shortcuts. 3.) Next align your two images. Click your Format Tab, select the Align option, then Align Left and Align Top. 4.) Select your foreground image. The best way to confirm you are selecting the correct images is to click on Select on your ribbon bar and choose Selection Payne. You will now see everything listed on this particular slide. You can rename the selections foreground and background. Select your foreground image, on the format tab select Remove Background option and the select Keep Changes. 5.) Select the background image, Select Artistic Effects and choose Blur.
Views: 54812 KnowledgeWave
SimpleScalar Installation | igoY.in
SimpleScalar installation made simple. This comes from my post http://www.igoy.in/simplescalar-installation-made-simple/ UPDATE - After 'make' @8:31 please do 'make install' @8:43 and the proceed towards installing simulator Also, if you are using a 64-bit system, you may need to install "g++-multilib" to get rid of the error - "gnu/stub-32.h missing". only 32-bit archs have dis file nd will not be der in t 64-bit archs...u may install dis using "sudo apt-get install g++-multilib". - beniyer11
Views: 11438 Yogesh Mhatre
FOR loops in MATLAB: Nested FOR loops
This screencasts gives an example of a nested FOR loop in a MATLAB program and how to create it based on a written algorithm. Also introduces the SIZE and MOD commands as a side trip.
Views: 249894 RobertTalbertPhD
live dmesg
"live dmesg" android app (root) in action. Finally a REAL dmesg log while booting, instead of those faked animations!
Views: 20901 Jorrit Jongma
Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler
Install pre-build ARM Cross-Compiler from Codesourcery (arm-2011.03-42-arm-none-eabi-i686-pc-linux-gnu)
Views: 3432 Venkatesan Muthukumar
Standard User (Limited Account) Part 1 - Windows 7
Why use a standard user account instead of an administrator account? The standard account can help protect your computer by preventing users from making changes that affect everyone who uses the computer, such as deleting files that are required for the computer to work. We recommend creating a standard account for each user. When you are logged on to Windows with a standard account, you can do almost anything that you can do with an administrator account, but if you want to do something that affects other users of the computer, such as installing software or changing security settings, Windows might ask you to provide a password for an administrator account.
Views: 18040 notoolrush
How Change Login Screen Background in RHEL - Tutorials at Networknuts
video by Network NUTS, shows how to change the login screen background in RHEL machines. Very simple yet exciting tip. A must for Linux customization. More info: http://www.networknuts.net/certification/
Views: 8072 networknutsdotnet
Arch Linux - Hard Disk Partitioning Video
A quick walk through on how to partition video in Arch Linux (using Core Install Image)
Views: 4750 Shashwat Pant
How to solve CodeBlocks invalid compiler issue
if you can't compile your C++ source codes , this video may help you figure out why and fix this problem .
Views: 22928 Emad Shaaban
Guarire windowns usando Gnu/Linux (How to Cure a Windows Virus with Ubuntu Linux)
Nuova Grafica yeah! Canale di NixiePixel: http://www.youtube.com/user/NixiePixel How to Cure a Windows Virus with Ubuntu Linux : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h3q5ss40oY Thanks you NixiePixel. hai qualche domanda ? : https://www.facebook.com/DanerIp Informatica Semplice © Daner IP
Views: 133 Daner IP
How to use built-in help on the command line (a Drupal how-to)
This is one of over videos in a -hour series on http://buildamodule.com called "Change Management and Version Control". In this series we uncover how to use powerful tools to speed up and stabilize the Drupal development process. We begin with a thorough walk-through of Git, the version control system. After we cover how to patch modules and upgrade Drupal from one minor version to another, we demonstrate how to use the Features module to version control components of Drupal that aren't typically available to version control. Finally, we wrap up with how to integrate Drush - a powerful command line tool for Drupal - into your workflow to speed up the process of doing everything we discussed earlier in the series. You can watch over 7 hours of FREE focused Drupal video tutorials on http://buildamodule.com. To view the entire list of over videos (totaling over hours), simply go to http://buildamodule.com and scroll down. There are currently 5 collections available, including: Here's a short excerpt from the video: "Now, if we want to learn about any of the commands that we just used, if we want to know if there's any parameters that we can pass to particular things or we want to learn a little bit more about what they do, then we can use the help command. So if we do help and then pwd, for example, we'll see a little bit of information about this particular command. It says Print the current working directory. It gives you just options to pass as well. And if we wanted to learn even more about this, we cou..." Here are a few things that viewers have had to say about http://buildamodule.com: "Many thanks for the terrific video series on Drupal 7 - your excellent videos are simply the best source of training and information on Drupal in existence!" "Chris has put together some of the best Drupal training material I've seen to date. I run a Drupal shop, and several of my developers have used Build a Module.com to get up to speed with working in Drupal 7. From what I've heard, they found the experience extremely valuable, and what's great for us as a team is that they can always go back and review material when they're tackling a particular problem." "Firstly, let me say that I am finding your videos extremely helpful. It's always difficult at first to get into something new but your videos are really helping me find my way in." "I recently bought the download of your twelve Drupal 7 Core Concepts videos. I am new to Drupal and they are excellent. In fact they are the best tutorial videos I have ever used in the past ten years of teaching myself HTML and PHP and then Joomla (I know, I was just experimenting.) and now Drupal." To start learning how to build sites, develop code or theme in Drupal, check out the full video library at http://buildamodule.com.
Views: 142 BuildAModule
4 · Code::Blocks setup |Difficulty:•|
Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C In this occasion we adjust Code:Blocks settings in accordance to our needs. MinGW is set as the default compiler(the program that generates machine code out of source code) and our first C compilation is attempted.
Views: 7638 Gabriel Hasbun
Accounting For Owner Contributions and Distributions with QuickBooks
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Views: 116388 Nerd Enterprises, Inc.
Digifort Tutorial - Licensing your Software usind the License File
This tutorial Will Show you, how to license you software by the hardkey Using a license file! For more video Tips visit our Youtube Channel!
Views: 2419 DigifortVideoTips
1 · Downloading MinGW |Difficulty:•|
Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C We download MinGW from: www.mingw.org or search at sourceforge.net for mingw MinGW is the Windows version of GNU Compiler Collection. It has a minimalistic set of tools that allow to use GNU tools (like GCC, Make, Binutils, MSYS) inside Windows. You might be intimidated by using command line tools, but after you find out about its simplicity, while I guide you through the whole process, it turns out to be actually quite straightforward.
Views: 6782 Gabriel Hasbun
Change login screen of Fedora 15 (gnome)
Code for gnome tweak tool *su -* (insert password) * yum install gnome-tweak-tool* Code for opeining control center/ * su -* (insert password) *xhost +SI:localuser:gdm* * sudo -u gdm gnome-control-center* Hope you like it
Views: 4487 Xtmosphere
GNOME Shell: Changing Window Titlebar Colors
Here's an interesting trick I discovered while using GNOME Shell a while ago. This video was made using GNOME Shell 2.91.92, so I'm sure it still works at the time of this writing. Basically, I discovered that you can have limited window titlebar theming in GNOME Shell while you are using the Clearlooks theme. By changing your window background color, you can also change the colors of the Adwaita titlebars. It's very quick and simple to do, and can give your Shell a bit of personalization. UPDATE: This no longer works in GNOME 3 due to changes in preferences.
Views: 8477 Christopher Horton
How To Change Your Command Prompt Into Colors
Views: 85 Jose Granados
Boot Fix - GRUB Error Solution - Linux Ubuntu
This is another way to fix the ''GRUB Error Rescue'' problem. A very easy way, that I highly recommend! I didn't say in the video, that this method only works for GRUB 2 All you need is an Ubuntu Live-CD and you're good to go! sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install boot-repair-ubuntu Twitter: http://twitter.com/UbuntuHelpGuy Subscribe for more Ubuntu videos.
Views: 150617 UbuntuHelpGuy
How to Create a Code128A barcode in Microsoft Excel using VBA
The tutorial explains how to create a Code 128 Character Set A barcode using the IDAutomation VBA in Microsoft Excel 2010. Products Required: (1) Code 128 Barcode Fonts: http://www.idautomation.com/barcode-fonts/code-128/ (2)VBA Font Encoder http://www.idautomation.com/font-encoders/vba-macro/ Written Tutorial: http://support.idautomation.com/Barcode-Fonts/How-to-download-and-import-the-IDAutomation-VBA-for-Excel/_1221 Below are the appropriate formulas to be used for each symbology after importing the IDAutomationVBA.bas: For UPCa, use =UPCa(cell location) For UPCe, use =UPCe(cell location) For Interleaved 2 of 5, use =I2of5(cell location) For POSTNET, use =POSTNET(cell location) For Intelligent Mail, use =IntelligentMail(cell location) For Code128 A, use =Code128A(cell location) For Code128 B, use =Code128B(cell location) For Code128 C, use =Code128C(cell location) For Code128 Auto, use =Code128(cell location) ***NEW EXCEL and WORD ADD-IN AVAILABLE*** TO QUICKLY CREATE BARCODES, please use our EXCEL-WORD ADD-IN. This free encoder allows you to select a barcode option to encode and select the barcode font. It is for Microsoft Windows users creating barcodes in Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Word. Word Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vC9qI8AODVg Excel Video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbx1i41SP00 Written Tutorial and Add In Download: http://www.idautomation.com/font-encoders/word-excel-addin/ This is a tutorial for creating barcodes in Microsoft Excel using IDAutomation's Barcode Fonts and Barcode Macro's.
gnuplot Tutorial Part 02 (Fitting Data)
I show you how to use gnuplot to fit polynomials to data. First I show how to fit with straight line and then with a parabola. Generalizing to higher order polynomials is straightforward. Also, generalizing to data with x and y error bars is done with xyerrorbars, just as with the plot option. Type " help xyerrorbars" in gnuplot for more information.
Views: 48298 Glen MacLachlan
Advanced cPanel Troubleshooting with Strace
Presented by Lee Latham, a NIX Tech Analyst at cPanel, this presentation will teach you how strace can be used to isolate many issues yourself. Lee will demystify this simple but often misunderstood and intimidating tool. You will learn how to invoke this command and interpret its output for use in any situation.
Views: 1542 cPanelTV
How To View an existing tar archive In Linux Or Ubuntu  Step By Step Tutorial
How To View an existing tar archive In Linux Or Ubuntu Step By Step Tutorial tar tvf tar_archivename.tar
Views: 170 Mayank Agarwal
Linux Fast Boot 25 Seconds
Demonstration of fast boot. Music: Tranquilizer Jam by Zeropage on Ambient Pills Update Reproduced under Creative Commons Attribution License http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/3263 Linux boot boot loader to login screen in 25 seconds Mandriva 2010.2 Acer Aspire 8943G Solid State HDD Raid 0 4 GB RAM Intel I7 8 core at 1.7 GHz
Views: 551 usablelinux
Bash command line emacs edit mode
Introduce bash command line editing skill in emacs mode 1. Bash shell option: set -o [option] 2. Move character: CTRL-B, CTRL-F (ie. arrow left and right) 3. Move word: ESC-B, ESC-F 4. Delete character: DEL, Backspace key 5. Delete word: ESC-D 6. Retrieve (yank) last delete: CTRL-Y 7. Move begin of line: CTRL-A 8. Move end of line: CTRL-E 9. Delete till end of line: CTRL-K 10. Search previous command: CTRL-R 11. Fix command: fc
Views: 2503 Jogger Shyr
Removing Ubuntu Linux From A Dual Boot Windows PC - EasyBCD
This video will show you how to use EasyBCD to remove Linux from a dual boot PC. Music courtesy of incompetech.com.
Views: 214469 TechHarvest
Adding desktop right-click functionality to Gnome-Shell
Apologies for the crappy quality, it's the first video I have ever recorded and edited :p Watch in highest quality and fullscreen for best viewing. Anyway in this quick video I'll show you how to add right click functionality (and desktop icons, if you want them) to Gnome-Shell. In a nutshell: First of all I recommend installing Gnome Tweak Tool to start off - http://ubuntuguide.net/gnome-tweak-tool-a-gui-to-customize-advanced-gnome-3-options It should be available in any distribution that has Gnome 3/Gnome-Shell available in the repositories, just search for it and install it like you would any other piece of software. It has many features and one of them will easily give you desktop icons (i.e allow file manager to control desktop). But what if you just want the right click functionality but none of the standard icons on the desktop? Then proceed as shown in the video, hit Alt-F2 and type "dconf-editor", then press Enter. Then go down the list on the left hand side, clicking the plus signs that correspond to the following entries - start with 'org', then 'Gnome' then 'Nautlius' then the sub-field 'desktop'. Then simply uncheck (on the right hand side of the window) each entry you wish to get rid of, i.e "Show Home icon", "Show trash Icon" etc. I hope this helps you and if this has been hard to understand just ask me, I'm happy to help :)
Views: 2166 ElderSnake90
8 · Variables definitions |Difficulty:•|
Playlist · C console programming: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=0D3BFC760B824A0C We change the firstCprogram.c so that we define variables and extract and output to the standard output the values held. The "equals"(=) sign is not to be confused with equality but it is an assignment being done from the rvalue token to the lvalue token. A very succinct explanation of printf is present. 3 programs are used for editing the file, the old edit.com from the 16-bit era, notepad.exe, the classic ASCII(among other) encoding text editor, and Code:Blocks (where the keyword highlight feature is present)
Views: 377 Gabriel Hasbun
Smarter Google DNS | TechSNAP 21
Google and openDNS join forces to improve the speed of your downloads, find out what they are doing and how it works! Plus gmail suffered another man in the middle attack, and Kernel.org gets some egg on their face! All that and more, on this week?s episode of TechSNAP! Show Notes & Download: http://bit.ly/techsnap21
Views: 3444 Jupiter Broadcasting