Friday, August 30, 2013

An Easy Way To Boot ISO Image From Your Hard Drive

With grml-rescueboot there is an easy way to boot an ISO image from your harddisk to test other linux distributions.
Out of curiosity I downloaded the iso from elementary OS ( elementaryos-stable-amd64.20130810.iso ).

First install grml-rescueboot as root :

apt-get install grml-rescueboot

Then move the ISO image to /boot/grml/ as root :

mv elementaryos-stable-amd64.20130810.iso /boot/grml

Update Grub 2 with the following command as root :


Reboot and you will see a new entry in your booting list.

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Friday, August 16, 2013 : Cloud Storage Service With 20 GB Free Storage

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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Error Dependency Is Not Satisfiable : Libc6 Google-Music-Manager

I downloaded Google-music-manager from here :

Installing with gdebi showed the following :

Error : Dependency is not satisfiable : libc6 ( >=2.15 ).......

After some Googling I found an older version from this link ( google music )

Installed without trouble...

To have it work properly (  the "Upload" menu item missing and the "Options" item not doing anything ) I had to delete the ~/.config/google-musicmanager directory and start the manager again ( link ).

Additional link for download ( version ) : here. ( google-musicmanager-beta_current_amd64.deb ).

Monday, July 29, 2013

Liberate Your Hardware


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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Disable The Universal Access Accessibility Menu In Gnome 3

Edit as root the file /usr/share/gnome-shell/js/ui/panel.js

Look for the following line, (line 37 in my case):

'a11y': imports.ui.status.accessibility.ATIndicator,

Comment it out, so it will look like this :

// 'a11y': imports.ui.status.accessibility.ATIndicator,

Restart gnome-shell :

Press ALT + F2 and type in r and hit Enter to restart the gnome-shell.


Enable Autologin Gdm3

As root edit the file /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf  :

nano /etc/gdm3/daemon.conf

Look for the lines :

#  AutomaticLoginEnable = true
#  AutomaticLogin = user1

Remove the # signs before each line and replace user1 with your own username.

So in my case ( username = eric ) these lines will look like :

AutomaticLoginEnable = true
AutomaticLogin = eric

To see it working switch to tty1 :


Login as root and then :

/etc/init.d/gdm3 restart