Hello everybody! Some days ago I had some problems with my web browser Opera. I still need to understand why it crashes constantly. However, I decided to use temporarily Firefox web browser. All good, but my PgAdmin4 runs directly the default one! My workaround is easy: change the default web Continue reading Default web browser in Arch Linux: how to change it!
Hello everybody! Here my experience about the latest version of Oracle JDK8 upgrade: jdk8-8u231-linux-x64.tar.gz Everybody with ArchLinux know that Oracle JDK upgrade is not possible just using pacman, because Oracle ask for authentication since a while. So, I downloaded the right version for my device from Oracle JDK official. To Continue reading Oracle JDK8 – ArchLinux fails to upgrade
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
After basic installation of Arch Linux on your notebook, you could have the necessity to enable LAN network to download some heavy package. In that case, firstable you have to get current device names via sysfs (where is virtual file system provided by linux): where the ethernet network interface device name Continue reading How to enable LAN on Arch Linux
Normally, when you install any type of operating system, your hard disk is partitioned with one or more OS partitions or data partitions. If you want to read and write data partitions from GNU/Linux OS, you have to follow these simple steps. Suppose that you want to mount /dev/sda2 partion. Continue reading Mount partition at startup and get write privileges on GNU/Linux
Since Linux Kernel 3.2, multitouch devices are handled by the hid-multitouch module. Thus, normally, the touchscreen device of a pc is supported by the newest kernels. To verify that, you have to use the xinput command via bash and obtain a result like the following. where the highlighted row show Continue reading Enable/Disable Touch-Screen on Arch Linux