Building GNOME from source code Reference: http://live.gnome.org/Jhbuild First download and install Jhbuild as mentioned at: http://live.gnome.org/Jhbuild Modify the configuration file like this: # -*- mode: python -*- # edit this file to match your settings and copy it to ~/.jhbuildrc # if you have a GNOME git account, uncomment this line # repos[‘git.gnome.org’] = ‘ssh://email@example.com/git/’ modulesets_dir = ‘/home/tuxnda/work/dev/jhbuild/modulesets/’ # what module set should be used. The default at the moment is ‘gnome-2.26’, # but it can be any of the files in the modulesets directory, or even # the URL of a module set file on a web server.
Adding DeviceKit-disks to Ubuntu Adding DeviceKit-disks to ubuntu is fairly simple once you reach this page: http://packages.ubuntu.com/karmic/i386/devicekit-disks/download Now add the following line to your software sources ( /etc/apt/sources.list ): deb http://cz.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu karmic main Thats it!
Building the Nemiver Debugger for GNOME on Ubuntu 9.04 – the Jaunty Jackalope : http://projects.gnome.org/nemiver/ Install the libraries $ sudo aptitude install libglademm-2.4-dev libvte-dev libgtop2-dev libsqlite3-dev libgconf2-dev libgtksourceviewmm-2.0-dev gnome-common libboost-dev Checkout the code $ cd ~/work/ $ git clone git://git.gnome.org/nemiver nemiver.git Now build Nemiver $ cd nemiver.git $ ./autogen.sh $ make
What will be the future of IT in India? On one hand there is Recession in the US and on the other hand there is a potential Domestic IT market in India in the long run. Till recently in 2006, the IT exports from India were accounted 60% by the US, 20% by the UK and rest by other countries and India’s Domestic IT market. Recession in the US has changed this scenario.
Few favourite quotes / poems / thoughts , which I have collected recently. What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up Like a raisin in the sun?… Or does it explode? – Langston Hughes, Harlem Hope, like the gleaming taper’s light, Adorns and cheers our way; And still, as darker grows the night, Emits a lighter ray. – Oliver Goldsmith A man used to ask his mother, ‘How can I find the right woman for me?’ and she would answer, ‘Don’t worry about finding the right woman- concentrate on becoming the right man.
centericq: Text messaging for the Gmail+Terminal freaks! How nice it is to just stay on the terminal with hands on the keyboard, staying away from that wierd mouse. I just configured centericq for that particular purpose. Its pretty simple. Step 1. Install the centericq package : $ sudo apt-get install centericq Step 2. Configure it for the Google Talk: $ centericq Server : talk.google.com:5223 Secured : yes Login : ********@gmail.com Password : ******** Priority : 4 Update user details Set away message Drop Step 3.
Prism - Mozilla’s new offering! If you have access to a computer and fortunately also have an Internet connection, then it is pretty sure that your first task will be to launch a Web Browser. You want every thing to be on the web browser to access it, be it email, chatting, watching video, playing games ( maybe 3D games in near future ) etcetra etcetra. Yes its true most of the times.