When you run many background apps (e.g. GMD GestureControl, SwipePad: Hyperspace Launcher, HomeFlip, GYF Side Launcher) that add themselves to your ongoing notification panel, the list grows fast and soon it gets so long that it takes up precious screen estate, forcing you to scroll down whenever you want to check the real notifications from incoming messaging text, email, etc.
So, how can the apps be barred from adding themselves to the notification panel, thus also removing the icons that clutter up the top left corner of the screen?
Goto: System Settings > Applications Manager > Pick the app that you want to hide, then uncheck “Show notifications”
This feature is available on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for now.
Argh! My htop is showing a blank screen. I’m afraid of the dark…helppp!
Solution: export TERM=xterm-color before running htop
My tmux uses TERM=screen and htop didn’t like it on one particular machine while the others are fine. Setting it to the above solves it.
1. Install poppler-utils
2. To extract original embedded images:
$ pdfimages -j <file.pdf> <to_dir>
3. To extract text:
$ pdftotext -j <file.pdf>
OBSERVATION: It allows me to change it, but after a while, it’ll revert back to a particular ringtone, notification sound, or “Unknown ringtone”. No matter which sound I picked, be it from internal storage or SD, it’ll always revert back after a while. It’s like the ringtone is stuck!
SOLUTION: Some profile changing app that you’ve previously set up could be messing with the sound settings in the background, e.g. Llama, Tasker, etc. Check your triggers and actions for these apps, or just disable them completely for a while. See if the problem comes back. If not, bingo, you’ve found the culprit.
After upgrading Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) to 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal), the computer started playing sound through both the internal built-in speaker and external jacked in speakers. To mute the internal speaker, run:
[shell]/usr/bin/amixer -c 0 sset ‘Auto-Mute Mode’ ‘Line Out+Speaker'[/shell]
Just make sure “Auto-Mute Mode” is not set to “Disabled”.
Many companies try very hard to avoid using open source solutions in Singapore because the general impression is that support is poor.
A quick googling suggests that these vendors do provide professional support in Singapore:
Do you know of other vendors in this business? Let me know so that I can grow this list. When it’s substantial, maybe more Singapore companies will be willing to try open source solutions. 🙂
Venerable Thubten Chodron shared some useful advice about how young Buddhist leaders can benefit others and themselves in a recent dialogue with youths.
Organised and compiled by Ow Yeong Wai Kit:
- Think deeply and set your own priorities.
- Consider the advice of elders and seniors, but make your own decisions.
- Manage conflicts openly and calmly.
- Be flexible with your plans.
- Think carefully before making commitments.
- Balance time and resources to increase effectiveness.
- Evaluate monastic and lay teachers before accepting their teachings.
- Reach out to nominal Buddhists by emphasizing the Buddha’s love and compassion.
- Be sensitive to the differences between people.
- Develop self-confidence.
‘crontab -e’ kept telling me ‘crontab: no changes made to crontab’ even though I’ve made changes. When I run ‘crontab -l’ to check, my changes were not saved.
Turned out it’s due to my environment variable:
Changing it to vim solves the problem: