Ubuntu 14.04.2 is out!

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This is the third build of Ubuntu 14.04 Long Term Service, this is the first build in this year, this build also has newer Linux Kernel 3.16 that was released in Ubuntu 14.10, and some better hardware support and improved Xorg display driver, the below are some improvements.

  • Kepler GPU support
  • Many fixes to Btrfs
  • hardware enablement stack will be available by default and run out of the box.

You can read the release note for more information here

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How to install Google Chrome on Fedora

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There are many ways to install Google Chrome on Fedora, here is one of the ways to install Google Chrome on Fedora, this is also one of the most easiest way.

Visit here and download the RPM package for the specific architecture you are using, If you are using i386 choose 32Bit package or if you are using 64 Bit go ahead and download 64 Bit package.

<code class="highlighter-rouge">cd into the directory where you have saved the RPM package.

Now use <code class="highlighter-rouge">sudo or <code class="highlighter-rouge">su to get the privileges required to install the package

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su –
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Now we can install the package once you have the right privileges. The package will be named `google-chrome-stable`, You can use tab to autocomplete the package you are about to install. `package-name`should be replaced with the actual package name.

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yum localinstall

Yum will fetch dependencies and install Google Chrome. Later you will find Google Chrome in your application menu/application launcher

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below.

Create a bootable Yosemite installer

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Yosemite is the latest release of Mac OS X. You have many a Mac to upgrade or prefer a clean install over the regular application installer install. Here is an easy way to create a bootable Yosemite USB installer, that can let you upgrade, clean install and save you from following the same procedure over and over If you have many Mac’s. Follow these steps to create a bootable Yosemite USB installer, This process is done with the help of terminal. Download the OSX Installer app from Mac App Store. Mount the volume you want to turn into a bootable Yosemite USB installer. Open the Terminal. (Application > Utilities > Terminal) We would use a built-in feature createinstallmedia of the OSX Install app to create a Yosemite USB installer. Now run this command in terminal. Change usbmedia to the removable media you are turning into a Yosemite USB installer. This process will format and execute the required tasks to turn your removable media into a Yosemite USB installer.

 sudo /Applications/Install OS X Yosemite.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/usbmedia --applicationpath /Applications/Install OS X Yosemite.app

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below.