Major Kernel Update for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Released and Patches 13 Issues

Few days back, Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, posted two new security notices on multiple Linux kernel vulnerabilities patched for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) and Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) operating systems. To learn more information on the subject and know what’s patched in this major kernel update for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, we recommend reading

Google Android N: New features list

When it comes to popular tech companies, it is quite difficult to keep a product release a secret, and that’s why Google has managed to surprise us all with the Android N Developer Preview. Yes, most of us woke up to the official announcement from Google about the Android N Developer Preview, something we didn’t

ICC Cricket World T20 2016 Schedule

ICC World T20 2016 Date Match Venue Time Qualifying Round: Mar 8 Group B: Hong Kong v Zimbabwe Nagpur 15:00 IST Mar 8 Group B: Afghanistan v Scotland Nagpur 19:30 IST Mar 9 Group A: Bangladesh v Netherlands Dharamsala 15:00 IST Mar 9 Group A: Ireland v Oman Dharamsala 19:30 IST Mar 10 Group B:

Merge pdf files into one ubuntu

Merge pdf files into one ubuntu If you want a tool with a simple GUI, try pdfshuffler. It allows for merging of PDFs as well as rearranging and deleting pages. For batch processing and/or more complicated tasks, pdftk is of course more powerful. I tried using it in my Ubuntu 14.04, doesn’t work for me,

Find all tables with column name in SQL

If you have wondered how can you get all the table names which contain a specific column, here is a simple SQL query to find all tables with column name in SQL. Find all tables with column name select column_name, table_name from information_schema.columns where column_name like "%mycolumname%"; or select column_name, table_name from information_schema.columns where column_name

How to set root password in Ubuntu?

You may have noticed that you can’t log in to root account on Ubuntu, this is because root doesn’t actually have a password set by default. So let’s find out how to set root password in Ubuntu. How to set root password in Ubuntu Type the following command: sudo passwd The following message will appear: