Thursday, December 22, 2011
When everyone is buying Christmas gifts, having parties, the people in Mindanao are suffering dearly from the fury of nature. This might be our punishment from God from all we have done wrong, and we pray that He will forgive us and save us from this.
Relying on those rich and wealthy to help our fellow men, Google helped us even in a small way. Giving us the best Christmas gift of all.
Friday, November 18, 2011
In those days, there were only mirc where you can chat on-line. No Facebook, Google+, Youtube and others. And yet, I still find abuse on some chat rooms, where they talk to you and send you lewd photos.
Now, it seems that abuse is very rampant. Copyright infringements like those mp3s being uploaded and shared, videos, porn websites everywhere, which also infect your computers with malware, viruses, etc.
When I see all of these, I can see that the Internet is used for evil purposes rather than good. And, I sometimes wonder if the Internet will give us a better future.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Friday, November 4, 2011
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Check it out:
What it does is when you share something, there will be an additional button that says, Share to Twitter automatically. You just have to configure it to use your Twitter account.
Monday, October 31, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
The great thing about this is rendering of videos is blazing fast, it doesn't need a high-end PC since it uses its own servers on the cloud. The only required is fast, broadband connection to upload your videos. But, to make your videos great, make it short and simple. I used Pitivi once to just cut or slice the videos into small bits and upload them altogether, choose a theme or template and there you have it: Hollywood at its finest that it makes me meow for more!!! :)
Hey, how about a Puss in Boots costume?
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
All you need is download and install Google Chrome on your Linux: http://www.google.com/chrome/
Then click the plus (+) icon to create a new tab, and click the Web Store. There you'll find THOUSANDS of apps some of them FREE!!!
Go ahead, try one now! It won't hurt your disk!
Check it out: http://t.co/VJwDnli6
Monday, October 24, 2011
Again, sorry to disappoint you guys with this Ubuntu upgrade. Hopefully, they get it fixed right away. So, my advice is to stick with the previous versions of what you have rather upgrade. I guess, we all learned a lesson.
Sunday, October 23, 2011
You need to un-install jackd2 and install jackd1 instead using Synaptic.
Then, install Ardour (686), and remove the Ardour default installation.
Launch QjackCtl and click Setup->Interface to hw:0,0 or default (vice-versa).
- Installing Sun Java from the command line
$sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-bin sun-java6-jdk sun-java6-plugin sun-java6-fonts
- Choosing the default Java to use
$sudo update-alternatives --config java
- Then, choose Sun Java
Download and install Eclipse:
- Choose Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers.
Set-up JDK in Eclipse:
- Window->Preferences->Java->Installed JREs.
- Click Add, Standard VM->JRE Home, click Directory and choose:
- Check java-6-sun.
Install Google Web Toolkit and Google App Engine Plug-ins:
- Help->Install New Software->Click Add, and Use this URL To Download:
- To install GWT, use this URL:
Now, that everything have been set-up, create a new project:
- First, you must have a Google Account using Google App Engine.
- Then, sign-in in Eclipse at the bottom left.
- In Eclipse, File->New->Web Application Project.
- Fill-in Project Name and Package, click Finish.
- Right-click on the created project in the Project Explorer->Google->Deploy to App Engine (This may take awhile).
- To run the web app, right-click the project->Debug As->Web Application.
You will see a link to launch a web browser. You need to install Google Chrome for debugging, and install the Chrome Web Toolkit Plugin.
- Add the Browser: Window->Preferences->General->Web Browser. Chrome is located here: /usr/bin/google-chrome.
- Double-click the link when debugging, then run Chrome.
You will see it's default web application.
Next blog post, we'll do some coding.
Saturday, October 22, 2011
What I did was upgraded my existing Ubuntu 11.04 installation, just clicked Ok and choose the default answers, and it's done, THAT simple!
Go ahead, don't be shy, why don't you try it?
Next blog post, I'll teach you how to create a website FREE using Ubuntu 11.10!
Friday, October 21, 2011
- Free Software at its finest
- Open Source All The Way
- It's Good Looking (yeah, they're talking about me)
- Sexy like a fox
- But, I still haven't tried it
- I'm not being paid
- But, it's FREE! FREE! FREE! that it HURTS!
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Free software like Linux (and all the other linux desktop variants), will definitely help you do something to earn money. It's like your first steps towards a journey through educating yourself, working hard to make ends meet. I cannot promise you fame and fortune, but it will definitely help you get started.
So, what do you need? A lot of time; a lot of patience. Learn everything you could learn about Linux, in short, learn the trade. From there on, you can make books, e-books, design and create websites, Python (for Google App Engine), PHP (for Facebook), Java (for Android), C++ (Qt for Android by Necessitas and Maestro), and etc.
Besides, money isn't everything. The most important thing in life is learning and doing the right thing.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
$sudo dpkg -i [deb package]
Warning: This method may generate broken packages. To fix this, run Ubuntu Software Center and a pop-up will appear telling you to repair the broken packages. Click repair. It will download the missing packages.
Or, you may try to install the .tar.gz files rather than the .deb packages (Haven't tried this but it may work, and which is safer).
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Great games for your Ubuntu Linux like Cogs, And Yet It Moves, etc.
You may choose what price you want to give and where your money will go.
Check it out: http://www.humblebundle.com/
Note: This is for limited time only.
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
Monday, July 18, 2011
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Monday, June 27, 2011
Ubuntu Live CD
MeeGo USB Thumb Drive.
A Netbook with Intel Atom processor.
First, install Gparted in Ubuntu and partition your resize your drive to free disk space (At least 20GB).
Install Image-Writer in Ubuntu and put MeeGo image you downloaded to a 4GB USB Drive.
Restart and boot from your USB Drive where your MeeGo is.
Install MeeGo on the partition you have free space (Be sure you select Use Free Disk Space and NOT remove the Ubuntu partition). Important: you must use EXT3 as your filesystem and not the standard BTRFS.
Boot from your Ubuntu Live CD and add: ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair in Software Sources.
Run Boot-Repair, after that Restart.
Now you have Ubuntu and MeeGo shown as unknown os.
Note: You can also triple boot Ubuntu, MeeGo and even Windows. But, you have to install Windows, Ubuntu, MeeGo, respectively.
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Use Boot-Repair Graphical Tool
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Download Android SDK and NDK, then extract.
Go to the Android SDK folder under /tools, run ./android
Install SDK version 2.2.
Download Apache Ant 1.8.0 and install OpenJDK SDK. Check by $ant -version
Go to Qt Creator->Tools->Qt4 add qmake path to Qt for Android SDK.
Go to Android tab->Browse the Android SDK, NDK, and Ant. Add AVD (100MB).
Go back to Qt4 tab, Build GDB, QML debuggers (Build All).
Open Project Files and go to Project->Run->Package Configurations Details->Application Libraries and check all.
Go to Deploy Configurations Details->Install Ministro and Download and browse for Ministro.apk.
This will install the Qt libraries to the Android Virtual Device (AVD).
hen creating a Qt Quick project, Add a Resource folder for all QML and contents (.qrc).
You must save your session before shutting down your computer: System->Start-up Applications->Options, then check Automatically remember running applications before logging-out, and click the Remember Current Running Applications.
Don't forget to comment out the set orientation code, or it will have build errors.
Also, once you successfully run the application on the Android emulator, when you open your source code again, don't update it or you will lose changes you've made and you will have to re-install the Ministro and Qt libraries.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Monday, June 13, 2011
Sunday, June 12, 2011
Run installed Safari, executable for Flash player to install.
Configure Wine->Windows XP->Graphics->uncheck Allow Pixel Shader. (This fixes the Quicktime bug, which allows you to watch Apple's Quicktime movies.
To install Flash inside where you installed Safari:
Click Install->Install a .pol package or an unsupported application.
Manual Installation->Forward->Edit an existing application->choose the prefix you named where you installed Safari, then please select the install file to run, and choose the Flash Installer file which you downloaded, and install. After installation completes, in POL, click Cancel. This is how to install other applications inside a wineprefix you created.
Saturday, March 12, 2011
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Friday, February 18, 2011
Meego will be saved after all.
You can install the netbook version from their website using Virtualbox 3.1.
You can read this guide: http://wiki.meego.com/MeeGo_1.0_Netbook_VirtualBox.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Saturday, January 8, 2011
The first time I posted my music with the embedded music player, it won't play. After I found out that the music play button is not aligned (you have to hover your mouse button a little lower or higher than the play button). Or, you may just click on this link: http://soundcloud.com/sc_2009/creative-commons-1
Note: This applies to Safari Web Browser.
Hope this helps.