Installation/troubleshooting of Docker

Introduction What is Docker? Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud. For more information read here. I don’t want to steal nothing from Docker developers, because they have done a very well Continue reading Installation/troubleshooting of Docker

Docker installation for Linux OS

Introduction Here you can find how to install Docker for Linux OS. Firstable, if you haven’t already check the prerequisites to install Docker for Linux OS, please read this post before starting installation. Installation on Linux OS Soon my guide for installation and problems of Docker for Linux OS! For Continue reading Docker installation for Linux OS

Evolution: from Emacs to Eclipse, and back to Emacs

Searching something about Emacs, today I have found a reading that’s music to my ears. This is the link to this fantastic post: Evolution: from Emacs to Eclipse to IntelliJ, and back to Emacs. Why Emacs and not other advanced text editor? Because the history of its birth is philosophy. Continue reading Evolution: from Emacs to Eclipse, and back to Emacs

Enable/Disable Touch-Screen on Arch 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

Ubuntu 14.04: from Unity to GNOME!!!

Yes, I’m a purist: “Unity non se po vedè” (I cannot see Unity). Today I was working on a Ubuntu 14.04 Virtual Machine with Unity DE. Well, mission impossible. So, why do not come back to the origins? ==> Yes, I’m talking about GNOME!!! If you want to change your Continue reading Ubuntu 14.04: from Unity to GNOME!!!

Installing GEOtop precompiled packages on GNU/Linux

THIS GUIDE IS WORK IN PROGRESS! Every type of feedback will be appreciate and will be very useful for me. Installing precompiled packages on GNU/Linux is rather easy. NOW TO INSTALL GEOtop AND ITS DEPENDENCIES YOU HAVE TO INSTALL ONLY ONE PACKAGE! REMINDER: GEOtop had been built against MeteoIO, so Continue reading Installing GEOtop precompiled packages on GNU/Linux

Statusbar configuration of wmfs windows manager

After the installation of Arch Linux I decided to use WMFS Windows Manager as windows manager. In the wiki you can find a statusbar configuration section but for me it doesn’t work. So I tried to write a configuration status.sh file, you can find it in /home/user/.config/wmfs/ directory otherwise you Continue reading Statusbar configuration of wmfs windows manager

Pacman autocompletion: enable it on ArchLinux

As we all know the names of the packages in the repository are not always simple, and if the spelling is not correct maybe you can lost a lot of time thought the problem is other. To overpass this problem you can allow the pacman autocompletion (as indicate in a Continue reading Pacman autocompletion: enable it on ArchLinux