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Lock your screen in Windows, Linux and Mac

Lock your screen in Windows, Linux and Mac

In this Tip, we will present the shortcuts to lock the screen of your computer in your absence, protecting your work from curious and prying eyes.   [Seguir Leyendo] Linux Despite the different Linux window managers, the following key combination works on most of them: [Google Add Sense Contenido] Windows […]

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Change keyboard layout in Debian 7

Change keyboard layout in Debian 7

If for some reason we need to change the keyboard layout of our Debian 7 system, for example to use special keys like ñ, we can do it in two simple steps: 1.- Change keyboard layout 2.- Apply changes To make the changes effective immediately we will use the following […]

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Compile PostgreSQL 9.2.4 with pldebugger support in Debian 6

plDebugger in action

Recently at work, I had to develop a trigger for PostgreSQL that was a bit complex, so the possibility to debug it step by step was very desirable. When trying to access the debugger from pgAdminIII, results that most versions of PostgreSQL for linux does not have this functionality integrated. […]

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Install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 on Linux Mint 14

Install Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.4 on Linux Mint 14

This weekend, I decided to install on my machine the operating system Linux Mint 14 “Nadia” and one of the things that I missed at the very beginning has been the tool “Ubunut Tweak” which allows easy installation of third party software and configure a lot of hidden features of […]

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Assign interfaces names to MAC address in Debian 6

Assign interfaces names to MAC address in Debian 6

Sometimes your network interface fails, or simply you replace it for a new one. In this case, when you restart the Debian machine, it detects that the MAC address of the new interface is different of the MAC address of the old interface,so it assumes that it is a new […]

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