[HOW-TO] Add new item in Clip-Bucket’s footer

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Some time ago I wrote an article on how to insert a new tab in the top navigation bar, this time I’ll show you how to insert a new item in the footer. It’s basically the same as in my previous post: http://blog.arvixe.com/add-new-tab-in-navigation-menu . Written for v2.0.91 and above.

Difficulty level: Easy

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New Google Chromebook Cloud based laptops

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Have you heard about new Google’s innovation? Something about a new concept of laptops? Well, I did a couple of days ago and the concept was pretty interesting. This computers will for sure cause a big discussion if they are good or not, efficient, useful or useless, etc? Here I will give you some of the characteristics and reviews of this computers that I’ve seen.

 

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[HOW-TO] Force mount unclean shutdowned Windows NTFS or FAT32 drive in Linux

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I am writing this article, because recently a friend of mine brought me his Windows laptop to backup some of his files and reinstall the O.S. I was having trouble because he had a Blue Screen of Death that wouldn’t let me boot into Windows, so to backup the files, I decided to use an Ubuntu Live CD and look for them in there. In Ubuntu I found out that the hard drive wasn’t being mounted, and figured out it was because the computer was turned off the hard way (power button pressed for a few seconds, or AC power cord disconnected).

To mount it I found out that running a very simple command in the terminal would force Ubuntu to mount it, or if you have access to the Windows O.S., simply restart your computer the correct way, and it you won’t need to force mount it.

 

Difficulty level: Easy

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