Category Archives: Tips
Why we need to fork GNOME Shell? Because GNOME Shell is all about choice –Linux is not - alex diavatis ;)
A recent commit in GTK+ by Alexander Larsson changes the state propagation in GTK+ widgets. Though everything seems to be working fine currently, it may require some changes in GTK+ themes.
GNOME Shell 3.8.3 introduced a tiny, tiny, tiny bug in Fedora 19 installations that you couldn’t actually login in desktop.. Details, Linux is about Console anyway ;)
If you got bored from this animation when you hit Super Key and enter/exit in Overview mode ..well you can easily change it to something more funky!
Wayland completely changes the user experience under Raspberry Pi and promises to do the same under GNOME!
This isn’t a Fedora or Arch or Debian based desktop, but a genuine GNOME Image based on OS Tree -actually on GNOME OS Tree.
NGINX is lightweight event-driven web server and reverse proxy and a popular replacement for Apache. WordPress.com is using it to serve thousands of WordPress installations, for a reason - so why not you?
Latest Java 8 is available in Fedora 19 as a tech preview for whoever wants to try it!
How to manually install Desktop Files in GNOME 3
GNOME released two days ago an OwnCloud instance for contributors accessible at: https://cloud.gnome.org/
How to setup your default torrent application to open in magnetic links
If you’re running the amazing Fedora 19, you’re just few clicks away from trying the experimental Wayland!
My first try to sync OwnCloud with GNOME Files, was a failure. But you might be luckier!
If you have some neat design idea about GNOME, Live is the right place to place it, and make it sure that devs and other people will see it!
GNOME 3 is not quite famous about the plethora of options that gives to users to tweaking their system. However anyone with a good will won’t face many issues. In this part I spend a few minutes discovering the options for customizing the behavior of Tracker, the searching and indexing tool of GNOME.
Ruby 2.0 is out with massive improvements in performance, Rails bumped to version 4.0 Beta1 around 3 weeks ago, Fedora Rawhide jumped to version 20 (today?) and Red Hat’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) OpenShift is currently upgrading with new features and fixes. I think is a good time for a reminder that web-development is not only [...]
Mishaps happen and things can go wrong for everyone when it comes to data loss, especially if you are the “never backup anything” kind of guy. Hopefully, Linux offers more than enough tools that allow you to find and restore a part or all of your lost data intact. Here is a quick how-to for [...]
This is a bit too early and I will probably will re-print this when GNOME 3.8 is out. However it seems many guys and girls are already using the latest GNOME which is great, as I guess they give some feedback. So in GNOME 3.8 categories were replaced by AppsFolders, and if you aren’t quite [...]
Nautilus scripts are a great way to expand the abilities of Gnome’s default file manager. Since all files are accessed that way, scripts that are a click away can help us easily convert, upload, check files or even open the radio! Document conversion scripts is something that can help us improve the so important interoperability, [...]
There are plenty ways to help GNOME become better and grow. By contributing in code, donating some money, filing bugs and by just using it and gossip about. I consider filing bugs is the very best way to help GNOME and it will only steal some moments from your time, anytime you have some spare [...]