Smaller Eclipse menus on ubuntu

in terminal in your home directory issue the below command sudo gedit ~/.gtkrc-2.0 and copy the below content and save style "gtkcompact" { GtkButton::defaultborder={0,0,0,0} GtkButton::defaultoutsideborder={0,0,0,0} GtkButtonBox::childminwidth=0 GtkButtonBox::childminheigth=0 GtkButtonBox::childinternalpadx=0 GtkButtonBox::childinternalpady=0 GtkMenu::vertical-padding=1 GtkMenuBar::internalpadding=0 GtkMenuItem::horizontalpadding=4 GtkToolbar::internal-padding=0 GtkToolbar::space-size=0 GtkOptionMenu::indicatorsize=0 GtkOptionMenu::indicatorspacing=2 GtkPaned::handlesize=4 GtkRange::troughborder=0 GtkRange::stepperspacing=0 GtkScale::valuespacing=0 GtkScrolledWindow::scrollbarspacing=0 GtkExpander::expandersize=10 GtkExpander::expanderspacing=0 GtkTreeView::vertical-separator=0 GtkTreeView::horizontal-separator=0 GtkTreeView::expander-size=8 GtkTreeView::fixed-height-mode=TRUE GtkWidget::focuspadding=1 } class "GtkWidget" style "gtkcompact" style "gtkcompactextra" {

vmware linux ethernet module compile issue

I’ve faced this issue today in the morning after a fresh ubuntu 14.04 installation on my laptop. The issue occurs because vmware cannot configure the Ethernet module. Virtual machine monitor done Virtual machine communication interface done VM communication interface socket family done Blocking file system done Virtual ethernet failed VMware Authentication Daemon done to resolve

installing IntelliJ on Ubuntu

decompress the downloaded archive tar -xvf ideaIU-13.1.3.tar.gz sudo mv idea-IU-135.909 /opt/idea13 cd /usr/share/applications sudo gedit idea.desktop copy the below content and save [Desktop Entry] Name=IntelliJ IDEA Type=Application Exec=/opt/idea13/bin/ Terminal=false Icon=/opt/idea13/bin/idea.png Comment=Integrated Development Environment NoDisplay=false Categories=Development;IDE; Name[en]=IntelliJ IDEA sudo desktop-file-install idea.desktop source ~/.bashrc and type in you will see intellij installed

Installing LAMP stack on Ubuntu

When we work on Ubuntu in case of need of LAMP stack we programmers always take the hard way to individually install, setup and configure components like Apache PHP MySQL. One of the greatest things with Ubuntu is that we are able to install LAMP stack with one command line!!! So let us get started

Installing and configuring JRE on Ubuntu

On your keyboard press on CTRL+ALT+T to reach terminal screen, first of all we will purge open jdk on ubuntu, to achieve this please execute the command below sudo apt-get purge openjdk* When we purge the open jdk we can now navigate to Oracle’s official web site to obtain the JRE package. The link could