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Artha – simple but powerful offline dictionary

1. Introduction

Dictionary is one of the tools many people need on a computer, specially offline dictionary. In this tutorial, I will talk about such a software called Artha. According to its man page “Artha is cross-platform thesaurus based on WordNet“.

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AMD graphics cards, Linux basic power management

Introduction

If you buy a new laptop with Intel processors and AMD graphics cards, you by default run into this long running dual, hybrid graphics problem under Linux. This post is targeted towards new Linux users, who haven’t dealt with such kinds of problems before.

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Fix catalyst driver installation in Ubuntu

1. Introduction

I found lots of people struggling to get catalyst driver work in Ubuntu 13.04. This issue has been persistent for some laptops, ever since Ubuntu 13.04 came out, specially for Intel, AMD dual graphics setup. For people, who have been looking at catalyst drivers ever since http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1930450 post was published, should not be that hard to find the solution, but for those who are new to Linux, or don’t have time for these kinds of issues, this might be a show stopper bug.

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