How to install Oracle Java 10 on Ubuntu

See https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/04/install-oracle-java-10-in-ubuntu-or.html

Simply put, open a terminal window and enter following commands: $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linuxuprising/java <enter> $ sudo apt update <enter> $ sudo apt install oracle-java10-installer <enter>

After the installation is complete, you can verify that the Java plugin has been installed by starting your Firefox web browser and typing about:plugins in the URL . . . → Read More: How to install Oracle Java 10 on Ubuntu

GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual to retrieve online quotes

In GnuCash, the Finance:Quotes module allows retrieval of online quotes from various sources. Herein, are provided two modules, MumbaiStock.pm and IndiaMutual.pm with bugs corrected to enable the download of Stock Quotes from BSE and NAVs from amfiindia.com.

To use the modules, follow the instructions below. Note that you are responsible to take backups and all . . . → Read More: GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual to retrieve online quotes

Not able to update Gnucash Stocks and Currency Quotes since late 2017 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

If you use GnuCash on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, then this will apply to you.

Over last few months, I have not been able to get stock quotes updates for stocks on the NYSE, NASDAQ, Yahoo Finance. The reason is that Yahoo Finance Finance::Quotes module does not work anymore to fetch the quotes and therefore, to . . . → Read More: Not able to update Gnucash Stocks and Currency Quotes since late 2017 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to run Windows 10 Insider Preview

VirtualBox package in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS does not successfully install Windows 10 Insider Preview. To install, you need to install VirtualBox from the Oracle website at this link: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads

As instructed on that site:

Open a terminal window and add the following line to the /etc/apt/sources.list file: $ sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list <enter> deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian xenial . . . → Read More: Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to run Windows 10 Insider Preview

Recover encrypted ecryptfs home folder from encrypted dm-crypt luks disk volume

Whew… saved by the skin of teeth.

The grub2 bootloader of my computer got corrupt. I was not able to boot into the computer and all was lost. For security reasons, I set up LVM with full disk encryption. Thereafter, each user’s home folder was further encrypted with ecryptfs (the default you get when you . . . → Read More: Recover encrypted ecryptfs home folder from encrypted dm-crypt luks disk volume

Install Crossover Office on Ubuntu Linux

Open a Linux terminal and enter commands in blue. $ sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get upgrade <enter>

Install gdebi: $ sudo apt-get install gdebi <enter>

Download the latest version of CrossOver from https://www.codeweavers.com/products/crossover-linux/download/

Use gdebi to install CrossOver: $ sudo gdebi ~/Downloads/crossover_15.1.0-1.deb <enter> where crossover_15.1.0-1.deb is the latest file downloaded from the above URL.

. . . → Read More: Install Crossover Office on Ubuntu Linux

How to restore TWRP recovery after encrypting internal storage on LineageOS 14.1 on Motorola G 2014 (titan)

I installed LineageOS 14.1 on an old Motorola G 2nd Generation (2014) android phone, also known as titan. All went well and it worked like a charm.

I wanted to encrypt the internal storage and accordingly, did so from the Settings -> Security option on the phone. It worked well and said the phone was . . . → Read More: How to restore TWRP recovery after encrypting internal storage on LineageOS 14.1 on Motorola G 2014 (titan)

Display all hardware information in Linux using lshw

To find out the details of every hardware component in a Linux computer, open a terminal window and enter:

$ sudo lshw <enter>

Display all hardware information in Linux using lshw in a shorter report $ sudo lshw –short <enter>

The report generated is very detailed and precise. It can be used to help decisions . . . → Read More: Display all hardware information in Linux using lshw

Find package in which a missing file is packed ubuntu

If you want to find out to which package a particular file belong, you can use apt-file. Open a terminal window and enter the following command: $ apt-file search <filename> <enter>

Where <filename> is the name of the file to lookup.

If you do not have apt-file installed, you can install it on your computer . . . → Read More: Find package in which a missing file is packed ubuntu

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