Do more than belong : Participate. Do more than care : Help. Do more than believe : Practice. Do more than be fair : Be kind. Do more than forgive : Forget. Do more than dream : Work. By William Aurther Ward

Multiple GitHub Accounts on a single Machine

It just so happened recently that I needed to work and GitHub with two accounts, one on the project for the company i am working an intern as and one of my personal project.! And to verify my emailId and password to gitHub for each project(because of different github accounts), was totally annoying.!! So here's…

Segmentation fault debugging with gdb

I myself am a beginner in gdb but I know exactly how it feels when someone say "trying debugging that segmentation fault using gdb. So, to your rescue, I have done the hard part. And here's a quick and easy guide for a beginner. First of all you need to ensure the following pre-requisites before…

Vim – Binary File Viewer

Recently, I needed to view the binary information of the file(Because I wrote a file with enum data type values) in Ubuntu. And I was not able to view the content of the file easily, because most of the text editors read the file in UTF-8 format. So I searched Google for reading the file's…

Starting with Git on Ubuntu

Starting to use a VCS (Version Control System) like Git or Bazaar is a pain, and that too on a LINUX machine. I myself started using it a Year back and to tell the truth it was a headache in the starting and then it slowly started making sense. So for the beginners here's a…

Install wxPython on Ubuntu 12.04

As the official wxPython Wiki is not yet updated with the recent versions like Ubuntu 12.04. I had found a workaround. Run the following Command: sudo apt-get install python-wxgtk2.8 python-wxtools wx2.8-doc wx2.8-examples  wx2.8-headers   wx2.8-i18n And wxPython would be installed without any problem.🙂

Extend Swap & Hibernate Ubuntu

So this post is about my quest of switching to Windows-8 on my HP-pavillion-dv6 with ubuntu-12.04 and Windows-8 and Window-7 (triple boot) and at the same time fool the uptime utility in Ubuntu so that I could shoe w to my friends that I ran my computer for almost a month without turning it off…