Monthly Archives: March 2012

File backup with rsync

Most people would agree, that backing up your files regularly is very important. However: Most people don’t. I don’t have any scientific data to support this, but it is my personal experience. When I switched from Windows to Linux (a … Continue reading

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Syncing your Google calendar data with gnome 3 without evolution

I use Google calendar to manage all my appointments, because of the nice¬†synchronization¬†with android. But sometimes when I need to quickly check if I’m free on some day I want my calendar within a one-click distance. The GNOME 3 shell … Continue reading

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Turning Gnome 3 into a usable thing

Note: Please keep in mind that this article was written in March 2012, so it may or may not be partially out of date. Much has been said about the usability or the lack thereof in GNOME 3 and I … Continue reading

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Global volume control with esekeyd

Something that has been bugging me ever since I first tried Linux (Ubuntu when it used to be… not shitty) is the fact, that the media button of my Laptop, especially the volume control, never seemed to work in fullscreen … Continue reading

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