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Automatic Desktop Wallpaper Changer for Linux

I have a lot of wallpaper that I wanted to switch automatically. After a lot of search i found that there a command way to control all the gnome settings. So I the command I used is “gconftool-2″. So code is like:




#!/bin/bash
folder="/home/rsr …

Change Timezone in Linux from command line

Changing the timezone in linux is done in a weird method. There is no configuration file where you can edit and change timezone. The method is simple and very easy. You need to link to the timezone you need. Find the timezone file you need in /usr/share/zo …

How to Format a Usb in Linux

There are two methods of formatting a usb in linux that I use. The first method is using gparted (or parted non gui version of gparted). This is an easy gui interface that uses shell commands as backend. It is easy to do it. You install this package usin …

Tab Feature in Vim

Vim is one of the simplest looking but most powerful editor I have seen. So thought of listing a few interesting one that I came across. Tab Opening of Files. There are two methods of starting files in tabs. By opening vi the files you want to open: Thi …

Restoring the Grub after reinstalling Windows

After reinstalling windows or fixing MBR(Master Boot Record) you always loose your grub and you cannot boot to your linux. So this post is about the methods of restoring the grub. There are three methods I use. I will explain all three. All three methods  …

How to Save file in vi not opened with sudo

It has happened to me a lot of times that i edit a file in vi. I insert and edit a lot and finally when I try to save it I find that I dont have permission for it. If only I had opened it with sudo. I found a solution for this issue. It was actually a simp …

Display Reminders In Gnome Panel

It was a long standing requirement of mine to create a reminder software or something which can keep me reminding of things as I always keep forgetting things. So I made a reminder that displays my reminders on the Gnome Panel. It looks something like this …

More than 100% CPU in top in Linux/Mac

If you are power linux/mac user you should have noticed at least once that top shows more than 100% CPU for a process. I also have seen this multiple times but always wondered how it can be. Here is an example of how my top looked when I started my java an …

“Send To” in Linux for Nautilus

It’s been a common practice among the windows users to right click and search for “Send To” option when a file needs to copied to the USB or any other Drive. Why spare me, even i used to do this while using windows, when to my astonishment i found that the …

Backend For Panel Reminder

I had already posted about creating a Display Reminders In Gnome Panel. This post is an addition to that script. This is a backend script that writes what to print into the panel_remind file. I use this script to print Birthday Reminder and Things to remem …