I put an old 160GB HD on T410 then start to use IBM OCDC ISO on it.
Since there is a bug in Ubuntu which let iPhone with iOS7 can not be mounted, I decided to disable it. Here is the steps: Install dconf-tools. Launch dconf Editor and navigate to org -> gnome -> desktop -> media-handling Uncheck “automount” and “automount-open”
Since the T410 is used for nearly four years and there is a chance to get a newer machine, I got a second hand T420 yesterday. It is pretty much like T410. So I decided to switch the HD, the Ubuntu 12.04 is working fine with it. The only thing I need to do is […]
Refer to this link: Making 256-color AND Line drawing characters both work in PuTTY Add this into your .bashrc: Then re-login. If you want to keep this when using sudo, add this into your /etc/sudoers: Defaults env_keep += “NCURSES_NO_UTF8_ACS” Then restart the sudo service.
It’s very easy when Firefox provides Developer Toolbar. I’m using Firefox esr 24.3.0. Steps: Launch it. Firefox > Web Developer > Developer Toolbar Input this command to take a full-page screen shot then copy to clipboard: