Flat buttons for Tear theme

Slowly, but another buttons I have added some new flat buttons to Tear Theme. All the work about the buttons was made using Inkscape. I thought that GIMP did it in the same way, but Unity DE use SVG vector graphics for the buttons… so, Inkscape is the right choice. Tear Theme is still under development and still in beta(maybe[…]

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New icons for Tear theme

Slowly, but another icons I have added some new icons to Tear Theme. It’s a theme to customize the aspect of Linux distributions which use Unity (so it’s Ubuntu!) or Gnome (many others) desktop environment. All the work is made using Inkscape, an incredible free and opensource program to design. Inkscape is a professional vector graphics editor for Windows, Mac[…]

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How to use a Random SQLite calling in Android

SQLiteDatabase is your friend On Android systems, default database is SQLite. It is a nice way to save and use data, it’s also so similar to SQL and it’s opensource. SQLite supports standard relational database features like SQL syntax, transactions and prepared statements. SQLiteDatabase Android Reference provides a huge reference to implement it in your Android application.Exposes methods to manage[…]

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Change GRUB timeout on Fedora EFI

GRUB timeout on Fedora 22 / 23 On GNU/Linux systems, boot details are managed by GRUB system. GRUB is a nice way to set up boot and kernel options without some frustrating issues. GRUB is a Multiboot boot loader, something like the first software program that runs when a computer starts. GRUB is easy to configure and doesn’t need much[…]

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Samba share shakes like a tango

Samba, the right way is ok On GNU/Linux systems, sometimes it happens that simple things become complicated things. Personally, I have founded that Samba Share (SMB) is a nice way to share files, but with some frustrating issues. Samba is easy to configure and doesn’t need much work from the clients to access, supposed to be based upon standard conditions.[…]

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