Fixing optimal resolution with source kernel 3.8.2 and intel 3600/3650–Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal)

The high resolution problem looks to have been fixed once and for all by developers with the introduction quantal quetzal 12.10 and cedartrail-drm driver in DKMS format (proprietary cedarview driver for GMA3600/3650) enabled source kernels. installing the latest intel Atom VGA drivers with a GMA3600/3650 graphics chipset using kernel sources 3.8.2 would need the following… Read More Fixing optimal resolution with source kernel 3.8.2 and intel 3600/3650–Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal)

Fixing broken libtool compilation errors

Do this to work around this “feature”: 1) Make a copy from the current ld.so.conf file and save it in a temp folder: cp /etc/ld.so.conf /tmp/ld.so.conf 2) Add /usr/local/lib path to it : echo /usr/local/lib >> /tmp/ld.so.conf 3) Delete the original ld.so.conf file and put the modified file instead: sudo mv /tmp/ld.so.conf /etc/ld.so.conf 4) Do… Read More Fixing broken libtool compilation errors

Getting a Flask website up and running in Ubuntu

In the dynamic digtal space, there exists more than one procedure to setup a domain infrastructure. This article will highlight the steps to get a simple website running on a flask environment. The important  tools that we need to ensure are installed before setting up the flask environment are: python –  a standard installation of… Read More Getting a Flask website up and running in Ubuntu

Ubuntu 12.04 3600 GMA Driver for Intel (Cedarview)

There is a ppa repository with drivers for ubuntu 12.04 at http://ppa.launchpad.net/sarvatt/cedarview/ubuntu/ With the following steps, you can get accelerated X working with the Intel Cedarview Chipset on Ubuntu 12.04: To begin installing, open a terminal and just add the repository below to your apt sources list http://ppa.launchpad.net/sarvatt/cedarview/ubuntu/ to your APT: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sarvatt/cedarview #… Read More Ubuntu 12.04 3600 GMA Driver for Intel (Cedarview)

LTSP: How To Select The Splash Screen in Ubuntu Lucid

  Change splash to Ubuntu sudo rm /etc/alternatives/default.plymouth sudo ln -s /lib/plymouth/themes/edubuntu-logo/edubuntu-logo.plymouth /etc/alternatives/default.plymouth in thin clients sudo rm /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/alternatives/default.plymouth sudo ln -s /opt/ltsp/i386/lib/plymouth/themes/edubuntu-logo.plymouth /opt/ltsp/i386/etc/alternatives/default.plymouth sudo rm /etc/alternatives/default.plymouth sudo ln -s /lib/plymouth/themes/kubuntu-logo/kubuntu-logo.plymouth /etc/alternatives/default.plymouth sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop sudo update-grub sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop sudo update-grub install the edubuntu usplash theme in your… Read More LTSP: How To Select The Splash Screen in Ubuntu Lucid