How to change the default OS used by the grub boot loader that comes with Debian.
Shows how to automatically mount a windows partition in Debian.
I really miss this easy shortcut to open a new terminal since moving from Ubuntu to Debian. Luckily it’s easy to create this. Here is how.
A blow-by-blow guide to getting Sopcast to install on Debian 6.0.6.
Trying to install a tar.gz file in Debian and you get an error when you try to execute a make statement.
Pressing the eject button or trying to eject does nothing or gives you an error saying the device is busy.
One of my favourite tools on Windows is the Snipping tool. It allows me to quickly and easily circulate screenshots in my day job as a developer to discuss bugs. It’s also great for grabbing math formulas as images from Word’s equation editor and pasting them into my Google docs. Luckily Debian has a similar tool.
So you just installed Debian 6.0.6, but when you try to blow a movie up to fullscreen it doesn’t work. All you get is audio and the screen gets messed up.
Being forced to dig out the installation DVD in order to install a new package gets annoying quick. Fortunately there is a simple solution to resolve this issue.
After 2 nights of struggling with this problem I’ve finally got 3 screens running in Debian on my 2 ATI Radeon HD3650’s (my CPU is an AMD 1090T if that makes a difference). Here is how I did it.