Sublime Text 2 on Ubuntu

My text editor choice is Sublime Text 2 (for all operating systems). It should be sufficient for my current needs, but in future I would like to get to know Vim also.

Anyway, I’ve found this great post how to setup Sublime Text 2 on Ubuntu, along with adding it to Unity Dashboard.

http://www.technoreply.com/how-to-install-sublime-text-2-on-ubuntu-12-04-unity/

 

Btw. in order to improve speed of dashboard search, I highly recommend disabling online search results. You can do this by searching for ‚Security & Privacy’, then go to search tab and move the slider so that it shows ‚off’ value.

Reklamy

Ubuntu and VirtualBox

Every time Canonical releases new version of Ubuntu I give it a try. Every new version gets better and better and this time I felt that it requires more attention from me.

So I’ve installed the latest Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) on VirtualBox (these days I’m a huge fan of virtualization). However from my perspective with Linux there are always problems. This time was no different. The biggest problem I have with many virtualization platforms is to have it work in fullscreen mode. It always ends up with searching and reading many posts in the Internet, which doesn’t help in any case.

This time, in one of posts, I’ve found a solution. It seems like Ubuntu (probably many other distros also) requires proper VBox version also in order to get Guest Additions working correctly. For me installation of 4.2.18 did the trick and with Guest Additions installed user experience is pretty good.

English posts

I’ve decided to continue blogging in English. This is because I feel that I need to improve my English skills. No one is perfect but in order to master any skill then you have to practise.

This is my personal blog, so if you don’t like my language or you want to point my grammar mistakes etc. then please don’t read it, quote or link it.