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Clean the boot partition of ubuntu OS

Every time you installed a new Linux kernel, it left a footprint in the grub_config, making the boot menu longer each time. Furthermore, it clogs the boot partition of the Ubuntu system. When the boot partition is full, you will … Continue reading

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FTP server on Ubuntu

OpenSSH includes sftp server if openSSH is installed in a Ubuntu system. No need to install another ftp server, such as vsftpd, which is nice for virtual ftp users. If there is no need for virtual FTP server, do not … Continue reading

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Ubuntu 12.0.4 TLS turn on/off upstart service

Origianlly, rcconf works for the old version of the Ubuntu system nicely. Unfortunately Ubuntu has converted many jobs/services to upstart. rcconf can no longer do much about these services. At askubunt.com site has nice article talking about how to deal … Continue reading

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Solve lost wireless at wakeup from suspend on Ubuntu OS 13.10

Problem: Put Ubuntu Os 13.10 to suspend mode. After the system wake up from the suspend mode, wireless network is lost and never restart. Solution: First find out what your wireless kernel driver you use: sudo lshw -class network Then … Continue reading

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Developing Android APP on a Ubuntu 12.04 Desktop Environment

OS: Ubuntu 12.04 64bit version Setup Android Development Environment 1. Download Android Studio Download Android Studio by following this link: http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/studio.html . Once compressed file is downloaded and unzipped its content to a folder. There is no installation process. That is it. … Continue reading

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