Location of the fonts in Ubuntu

Most fonts are located in /usr/share/fonts But there isn’t just one folder. You can find the location of all the font folders in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf You can save custom fonts in…

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Secure Dropbox by using Truecrypt volumes

This tutorial explains how to secure your Dropbox files with Truecrypt in Ubuntu (or Linux Mint). It assumes you know Truecrypt already and have a basic understanding of the Unix…

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What you need to know to be a web developer, and how crazy you must be

That’s cool ey, making websites! Think twice! And if you’re planning to make a career-switch to web developer, consider what you need to know before you can call yourself a…

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Drupal 8: what’s new? what will change?

Everything! Really! Drupal 8 changes for developers Everything will change and certainly for developers The code will be more object oriented, there will be a Symfony-like approach of theming (say…

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Ubuntu install party Ghent 2013

Like previous years DeWereldMorgen.be organizes an Ubuntu Install Party. Be present Sunday May 25th in De Vooruit. All details.

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PHP 5.4 & Drupal 6: it doesn’t work and it won’t

I upgraded my Ubuntu 10.04 to Linux Mint 14. After installing LAMP I got a Drupal WSOD on a previously well working site. As it turned out most errors came…

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Check if php5-fpm is running

When installing the combo php5-fpm together with Nginx or Apache, you might run into this error: [error] 4942#0: *1 connect() failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream, client: 127.0.0.1,…

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Admin menu in Drupal6 disappears or is incomplete (solution)

This post applies when The admin menu suddenly disappears The admin menu is incomplete (menu-items are missing) Following scenario causes this behaviour: The records of table “menu_links” with menu_name “admin_menu”…

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Difference between PathAuto and PathRedirect

It’s difficult to get around Drupal-modules that appear to have the same functionality. This is particularly the case when you want to set-up decent SEO-friendly url’s. The two main modules…

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“Uitgewerkt.be” is now named “Developed.be”

This blog has been renamed to developed.be. I was looking for an English translation for my blogs’ name, but the literally “worked out” or “working out” is more associated with…

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