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How to setup Wordpress/Bootstrap in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS locally?

Hello,

This post is all about the steps you need to configure Ubuntu 14.04 LTS as an environment to make or test WordPress/Boostrap… 743 more words

Css

Some useful Linux commands

Hey ….. recently i started working with Linux server(Ubuntu) and learned some useful commands that might be helpful for you also.So, i am sharing this with you all. 170 more words

Server

How to compile and install newest version of flpsed from source code in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64-bit using a bash script

# How to compile and install newest version of flpsed 
# from source code in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS using a bash script
# flpsed is a WYSIWYG pseudo PostScript editor
cd $HOME
rm -rf flpsed*
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get remove flpsed
sudo apt-get build-dep flpsed
sudo apt-get install unp libfltk1.3-dev 
sudo apt-get install qtcreator-dev libkwwidgets1-dev checkinstall
URL="http://www.ecademix.com/JohannesHofmann/"
wget `echo $URL`flpsed.html
FILENAME=`grep tar flpsed.html |cut -d"\"" -f2`
wget `echo $URL``echo $FILENAME`
unp `echo $FILENAME`
cd flpsed*
sudo ./configure
sudo make clean
sudo make
sudo checkinstall
apt-cache show flpsed
Ubuntu

Not enough free disk space for Ubuntu software updater

Sometimes the Ubuntu software updater finds it doesn’t have enough temporary space to download and apply updates and you get this message:

And even running the “sudo apt-get clean” doesn’t help. 131 more words

Software

Ubuntu resolv.conf file keep getting reset

For the time being, you might have noticed that the manual entry inside the file resolv.conf is getting reset and you can’t ping to the public domains. 117 more words

Server Administration

Remove Old Kernels

After updates to latest kernel files, the old kernel files does not get deleted and it wastes lots of space. To regain the space, you can delete the old kernels… 89 more words

Linux

Upgrading from matplotlib 1.3.1 to 1.4.2 in Ubuntu 14.04

The preferred method for installing matplotlib is to use the default package manager for you system. In Ubuntu the default package manager is APT and can be used to install packages in the following way: 84 more words

Programming