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- Open the /etc/default/grub in a text editor.
gksu gedit /etc/default/grub
- Add the parameter to "radeon.audio=1" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT. For example, if the corresponding line is like :
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash"Then make it as :
GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.audio=1"
- Now close the text editor, go back to command line and update your grub bu issuing the command below
Ever felt that the stock battery level indicator on your android phone is too tiny to give you a clear picture of how much charge is left ? Then, you should definitely give ChargeBar a try.
As the name suggests, this little app places a thin bar atop the android notification bar to show your battery charge level. You can also place it on the bottom of the notification bar or even at the bottom of your screen.
Notice the thin blue line on top of the status bar ? That's the ChargeBar. Pretty sleek, isn't it?
Since the bar stretches across the whole width of your mobile screen, you can easily and more accurately estimate the battery charge level . The app also provides options to change the size and colour of the bar. The charge bar can also be set to animate when you charge the battery.
The app works on any mobile that runs android. No matter , whether it is rooted or not. No matter , whether it is the stock android or a custom ROM.
To quote from ChargeBar's Marketplace info,
ChargeBar is a highly-customizable, completely-free MIUI battery bar application for ANY Android device on ANY ROM, with or without root
To put it short, ChargeBar is the perfect choice for those who are looking for a better alternative for the android's default battery bar.
Get it from the Android Marketplace - ChargeBar
I'm pretty sure that almost everyone of us have had a similar experience. There are plenty of options to do batch resize images. But being a fan of command line, I wanted to get it done in a single line. That's when I came to know about Imagemagick.
Imagemagick lets you convert all your photos with a single line of command. If you haven't installed it already , do install it now by typing the following in your terminal (If you don't know how, take a look at this help page)
sudo apt-get install imagemagick
Now , enter into the folder containing all the images using the cd command .
Then, issue the following the following command
mogrify -resize 50% -path resized/ *.jpg
With the above command, I have resized all .jpg images in the folderto 50% of their original resolution. You can specify a custom resolution for the '-resize' option. Also, you can change your output directory by varying the '-path' option.
Warning : Make sure you specify a '-path' option, otherwise your original images will be replaced.
Now without entering any search query, click the "I'm feeling lucky" button. You will see a countdown timer as shown in the image below.
Thanks @kv for your tweet and @ramanujam for sharing it.
Fences is yet another powerful tool from Stardock that keeps your desktop icons and files in an organized manner. It creates so called “Fences” which are essentially a icon group. You can use the default groups provided when the initial run or you can create your own Fences.
The layout can be altered as per your need. One of the cool features of Fences is Quick Hide. With this feature, you can make your icons disappear by double-clicking anywhere in the desktop. In the same way. they can restored with a double click. Above all, the software is available for free.