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Here’s how I did it, anyway:
sudo apt remove gnome-*
sudo apt install kubuntu-desktop
I’m on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.
When I created a new class in IntelliJ IDEA, I’d get an automatic javadoc comment “Created by dmeyer on xx/xx/xx.” I wanted it to spell out my name…
To fix this, I went into File | Settings… | File and Code Templates | Includes | File Header and changed
(I’m on IntelliJ IDEA 2016.1.2 Linux)
Asciiquarium is a fun ASCII art program. How to get it running on Ubuntu?
- Get the tarball: http://www.robobunny.com/projects/asciiquarium/html/
sudo mkdir /opt/asciiquarium cd /opt/asciiquarium #untar the tarball here, then... sudo apt-get install libcurses-perl cpan install Term::Animation perl asciiquarium
How to have some roman numeral page numbers and some arabic page numbers in an existing document in LibreOffice
I needed to format an existing LibreOffice 4.3 document to have some beginning pages with no page numbers, then some pages numbered with roman numerals (i, ii, iii…), then the rest of the pages numbered with arabic numerals (1, 2, 3…). Here’s how you do it.
1. Create a page style that will do roman numeral page numbers in the footer
1.1. Go to Format -> Styles and Formatting (or press F11)…
We currently use Drupal OpenChurch for our church website. On the sermon podcast page, any time there was a long sermon title the “play mp3 file” link would overwrite some of the text of the title, looking ugly:
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To clear the cache on Oracle:
ALTER SYSTEM FLUSH BUFFER_CACHE;
ALTER SYSTEM FLUSH SHARED_POOL;
To clear the cache on SQL Server:
When you’re installing SQL Server (2008 R2 in my case) and you are prompted whether you want to create a default instance or a named instance, understand that creating a named instance means that you will be required to add that instance name to the server name when you connect via SQL Server Management Studio (SqlServerName\InstanceName). If you want to be able to connect to your instance without having to specify it explicitly, create a default instance. Then you just connect to SqlServerName and it finds the default instance.