After installing the new ubuntu I am getting this error when running epsxe.
Error while loading shared libraries: libSDL_ttf-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.
The following method should work for any Linux distribution (Ubuntu, Debian, Manjaro, Archlinux, Fedora…). Source and target systems must be on the same processor architecture (though transfer from 32bit to 64bit should work).
How do I add or remove hardware device driver (module) from running Linux kernel? Linux systems comes with the modprobe command, to add and remove modules from the Linux Kernel and prevent your system from load unnecessary modules.
The modinfo extracts information from the Linux Kernel modules given on the command line. This is not just useful to find out about information about loaded modules but it can be used to identify modules inserted by crackers/hackers (try less /proc/modules).
Resize an image is a simple operation: there are many software able to do that. The most obvious are Gimp or Photoshop. But what’s the right procedure to resize lots of images?
Dynamic window manager (dwm) is a minimalist tiling window manager, famous for being ultra-lightweight and infamous for needing to be recomplied every time you make changes to the configuration. 4-pages.
The problem: Canonical started to integrate everything in the Ubuntu Software Center. Software Sources is available from this, but how to launch it from the command-line?
I have been impressed with the SANE project for scanners. Because I haven’t had to screw around with ANYTHING so far to get my scanners to work (across several different configurations).