Few days back, I bricked TP-LINK router named as TL-WR740N v4.23 when I tried to restore stock firmware from OpenWRT. Unfortunately the restoring process wasn’t work as I expected, the router dead and when I powered up, all lights are on and off simultaneously after few seconds. I waited about 1 hour but router did not respond any ip address and does not show any connections on Network And Control Center.
After I switched some wallpapers manager apps I got the problem: XFCE4 Wallpaper only display in black and white. I have managed to fix the issue partially, by removing and reinstalling
gdk-pixbuf2 – which I recall threw some errors during the system update. However, all custom (jpeg or png) wallpaper images are displayed in black and white once they are set as wallpaper.
Yes, it’s not April’ Fool of 2014. Canonical has been confirm this new on their blog:
We are sorry to notify you that we will be shutting down the Ubuntu One file services, effective 1 June 2014. It is no longer possible to purchase storage or music from the Ubuntu One store. The Ubuntu One file services apps in the Ubuntu, Google, and Apple stores have been removed. As always, your content belongs to you. If you have already uploaded any content you can simply download your files onto your PC or an external hard drive. While the service will stop as of 1 June, you will have an additional two months (until 31 July 2014) to collect all of your content. After that date, all remaining content will be deleted.
Since the late 1990s, the Linux operating system has been available to consumers free of charge and easy to use. However there still remain many people who are sceptical about switching to this operating system so here are a few reasons to consider it. As already mentioned, it is free unlike Microsoft which asks users for a fee that can even be recurring. As well as this, Microsoft can only be used on one computer, whereas Linux can be used across as many different computers as required, with no charges incurred. If you are still not convinced, let’s have a look at some of the other advantages that the Linux operating system offers.
As you known, ePSXe (enhanced PSX emulator) and pSX are most popular Sony Playstation One Emulation. In terms of gaming capability, both emulators worked equally well, ePSXe makes use of plug-ins to emulate GPU, SPU (sound), and CD-ROM drive functions… but almost ePSXe’s plugins isn’t works on Linux Environment; pSX is a clear winner since there is really nothing much to configure, just run then play!
So, I recommend pSX as Playstation One Emulator on Ubuntu x86/amd64. Let’s install it then play your favorite PSX games.