Mozilla Club – Teach the WEB

Originally posted on Foss :
IF A CHILD CAN’T LEARN THE WAY WE TEACH, MAYBE WE SHOULD TEACH THEM THE WAY THEY LEARN Here we are, back with kidzilla, an initiative by Sathyabama Firefox Club. We weren’t active for a while but now we are back with the help of Mozilla club. Those who aren’t aware…

Procedure to relocate a motor bike to a different state within India

So.. it all started here. I *was* supposed to relocate to Hyderabad from Chennai for exploring new opportunities. I had to take my motorcycle with me that I’ve purchased here in Chennai. I went to the nearest Regional Transport Office(RTO) and asked for the procedure and got to know that we may need to have the below… Continue reading Procedure to relocate a motor bike to a different state within India

[Solved]How to fix Wifi connectivity issues with WPA & WPA 2 Enterprise on Ubuntu 13.10

After the upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10, I was able to connect to my home wifi, but not my office one. I realised Ubuntu has issue is with only “WPA & WPA 2 Enterprise” type authentication. On Googling, I came across this stackoverflow post to be closely relevant. However, I fixed the following way. Delete the faulty connection from list… Continue reading [Solved]How to fix Wifi connectivity issues with WPA & WPA 2 Enterprise on Ubuntu 13.10

How to take a screenshot of a portion of the screen in Ubuntu

Taking a screenshot is as simple as pressing PrintScreen button and finding it saved in ~/Pictures directory. This gets awfully tough when we have a multiple screen setup and wanted to take just a part of the image. I use to manually crop the required portion using an image editor (like Shotwell, yes you heard it right).… Continue reading How to take a screenshot of a portion of the screen in Ubuntu

[Solved] How did I fix Screen Resolution in Ubuntu

Today, I got a new external LCD Monitor at my work station. I had resolution issue in my Ubuntu 13.10. The monitor suggested the recommended resolution to be 1680×1050, but mine listed 1024×768 as it’s maximum resolution. By Googling, I came across this post and it worked out for me: Open up a shell : $ xrandr (This will… Continue reading [Solved] How did I fix Screen Resolution in Ubuntu