How to change refresh rate on Ubuntu

by Ruchira on November 29, 2012

Setting refresh rate is missing on Ubuntu under appearance settings. But with just simple terminal command, you can set the refresh rate and resolution. Open up Terminal ( Go to dash home and type “Terminal” to find it and click to open ) xrandr -s 1920×1200 -r 75 Command is shown above. On that 1920×1200 […]


Amazon EC2 compute cloud is the new trend of the hosting world. EC2’s ability to scale and flexibility has become the key for medium to large scale enterprise users to get started with the cloud, You can host your blog on it, or you can build your own supercomputer out of it, there are unlimited […]


Install Notepad++ on Ubuntu

by Ruchira on May 22, 2012

  Notepad++ is my favorite text editor , Notepad … you name it. And when I switched to Ubuntu the ultimate thing lacking from it is Notepad++ its hard for me to live without it. So I have decided to install it using wine and this is how I did so,


Yes I know Ubuntu is pretty. And you want to try it, Maybe you will fall in love with it and use it forever. This is what happened to me. I’m not new to Linux or Ubuntu. I’m using Ubuntu and Centos for ages on web servers. Even this blog runs on Ubuntu server. But […]