Hello everybody! I tried a quiet strange experience today, my laptop did the opposite of what I wanted!! Why? I don’t know, but can be maybe useful to somebody else. I opened the terminal on my Arch Linux system and tried to find out available WiFi networks: My laptop return Continue reading netctl service ([email protected]***.service) failed because the control process exited with error code.
Today I tried to fix a problem that I had on my VirtualBox VM, I couldn’t use the USB controller!! I use Arch Linux as host and Windows 7 as guest on VirtualBox 5.1.2-1. The USB controlled was enabled on USB 3.0 (xHCI) Controller, but if I tried to mount Continue reading USB controller on Virtualbox VM
I had ugly font rendering in Netbeans 8.1 under ArchLinux. I waited a lot, because I was thinking about a trouble due to something wrong in the release. But It was not. Well, I had not alternatives but fix the bug: Netbeans is necessary, beacuse I’m working on a Netbeans Continue reading Ugly font rendering in Netbeans 8.1 under Arch Linux
Sometimes I’m a bit lazy, and I don’t really care about basic things. Until when these things become a real problem. An example is the issue that I encountered in my browser after last upgrade of Arch Linux. I have never set up my fonts, because of my laziness, so Continue reading Monospace font issue in Mozilla Firefox
I’m working on a new Java project and I set up my Arch Linux operating system to have both Java Development Kit 1.7 and 1.8 coexisting at the same time. I tried using lambda expressions writing source code with my Eclim (Vim + Eclipse) system while I got the error Continue reading Lambda expressions are allowed only at source level 1.8 or above
How to move hidden files from a folder to another? This is a pretty trivial question. I’m a Linux user, so I want to do that via CLI of course. The command is really really simple, but it includes a small trick: The trick is [!.] written after the . Continue reading Hidden files in linux: how to move them between folders
This is a pretty quick post. I needed to print psswd protected pdf files. YOU CAN’T UNENCRYPT A FILE, of course! So I just tried to pump in the file into ghostscript and see how it does. Well, at the end, I was able to print the document. GWH! #gwh Continue reading Print psswd protected pdf files
I love writing source code or documents and editing each and every type of text file through command line editors. And yes, I love both Emacs and Vim. Even if there is a famous war between the two users’ community, I use Emacs for C++ programming, editing, bash and R Continue reading Vim, eclim: how to refresh the project