By default, the Canon Printer driver not available in Ubuntu. However, Canon kindly provide Linux drivers for their inkjet printers. After hours of searching and trying various methods I finally found the solution! I managed to get my Canon LBP2900 installed on Ubuntu 11.4!
I found some solution to help me Organize Photos Sorted by Date, put them into a folder by the creating date of the EXIF data of each image.Read More
Mouse Disappears after unlock issue is a known issue for some time with light-locker and xorg-x11-server.Read More
After a recent reboot it stopped working, saying “device not managed” and you won’t be able to connect to internet. Here is the guide to fix it.Read More
ARC GTK Theme is a flat theme with transparent elements for GTK 3, GTK 2 and Gnome-Shell. It has been successfully tested on wide range of Linux operating systems including Ubuntu 14.05, Arch Linux, Freya, Fedora 21 & 22, Debian 8.0, openSUSE 13.2 and many more.Read More
This quick tips will going to show you how to turn off (disable) your laptop’s camera to save the power and increase the battery usage time.Read More
You tried to add using any of the available protocols CUPS spits this incredibly helpful error message out: Unable to get list of printer drivers: “Success”Read More