6 Useful X-based (Gui Based) Linux Commands – Part II

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6 Responses

  1. Niels says:

    There was a bit of a hassle to get a working Intel Gbe 1000 (e1000e) and the NVidia card but this visit is from Debian Wheezy with Docky :-)

    Now I will try to get Steam installed…

    Thanks thusfar,


  2. Niels says:

    Avishek, another off-topic question, why is this site constantly annoying me with that useless Google translate?


    • Avishek Kumar says:

      @ Niles,
      A brief stat of our reader base is below:

      Country Percent of Visitors
      India 21.0%
      United States 15.2%
      United Kingdom 3.7%
      Indonesia 3.6%
      Germany 2.9%
      Brazil 2.8%
      Japan 2.7%
      South Korea 2.6%
      Pakistan 2.3%
      Poland 2.1%

      So, we have taken a step to make the content available for all of our readers from different Geographical Locations. An Initiative for which co-operation from other readers are required.

      However, seeing the trouble you might be facing while browsing content on Mobile devices, i am requesting Admin, to place the language-change bar somewhere else.

      • Niels says:

        In fact there are two bars, one on top from Google and another one placed embedded in the site. There’s no reason to embed it and the bar on top will stay away as well. People can apply Google translate themselves, if you persist to enforce this, then ask this once’s at the first visit in a pop-up or something… And only for some countries…


  3. Niels says:

    Avishek, a bit off-topic but what Linux-distro is that or is that an OS X like theme that comes with a particular window manager?


    • Avishek Kumar says:

      Dear Niles,
      The above screenshot is taken from system running Debian Wheezy 7.3, Running Gnome – Unity and ofcourse Docky!

      There is nothing like OSX theme or anything special.

      Just Docky running on Unity on Debian GUI Server.

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