Packt: "In this section, we will look at a few extra tips that can be handy when you create scripts for Vim. Some are simple code pieces you can add directly in your script, while others are good-to-know tips."
on 05/04/2010 – Made popular on 05/04/2010
Packt: "Simple Invoices provides freelancers, non-profits, and small business a user-friendly way to bill customers and track invoices. It's an application for people who don't want the hassle of larger accounting programs, such as GNU Cash, Quicken, or Quickbooks."
PACKT Publishing: "With Amazon SimpleDB you can scale your application's database on the cloud. We are going to sign up for an AWS account, download and install the necessary libraries, and create little code snippets for exploring SimpleDB."
Ghacks: "I thought it would be fitting to do an article on some of the cooler Linux tips and tricks that I have come across over the years. This article will be a bit of mish-mash of topics�but well worth the read. So, without further adieu, let's cry havoc and let loose the dogs of war!"
How would one go about it? Follow the GNOME Ubuntu tips, the ones for Kubuntu, or both? Or would it be easier to just roll back to a GRUB that uses GDM's splash and login and see if the settings I've already attempted are really working (and it's just the KDE stuff that's blocking them).