Apr 30, 2017 Sarad Gajurel Reading time: 3 minutes
Annually NASA organizes an international hackathon event known as “Space Apps” over 48 hours in different cities across the globe. NASA throws set of challenges to address the real-world problems of Earth and space to everyone who dare to tackle the challenge using robotics, data visualization, hardware, design etc. using open data. In Nepal, it was organized by International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD),
Apr 2, 2017 Sarad Gajurel Reading time: 2 minutes
Maybe a key is broken on your keyboard or you want the keys to function differently than it is intended then you have to remap the keyboard. This post will show you how to solve the problem of broken key or swapping the keys with the help of a tiny utility known as ‘KeyTweak’. This method works on every version of Windows. If you want to remap the keyboard keys in Linux then you can follow this post.
Mar 31, 2017 Sarad Gajurel Reading time: 4 minutes
If you are using Linux on MacBook or a key on your keyboard is broken or you have a special key on your keyboard and you want to use it differently than it is designed then you may feel the need to remap the keys of your keyboard. Remapping the keys means changing the input behaviour of your keyboard and making it work as we want, not as it was intended. In this post you will learn to remap the keys on Linux using ‘xmodmap’ and ‘xkb’ which are pre-installed on most of the linux distros. If you want to remap the keys in Windows then you can follow this post.
Oct 20, 2016 Sarad Gajurel Reading time: 4 minutes
Linux users are growing gradually in Nepal and mostly there are either IT students or IT professionals who use Linux in the context of our country. Every Linux user who was used to with Windows knows the hassle of migrating from Windows to Linux. Most of the companies target softwares for Windows and hence software availability becomes an ache for the general users. Our mobile broadband ISPs also constitute application for windows but not for Linux. This article will guide you through the setup process of using an USB Dongle/Modem in Linux.
Oct 4, 2016 Sarad Gajurel Reading time: 3 minutes
In this article I am going to show how to auto post your articles from Jekyll blog that is hosted on github pages or any other hosting site, to your Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn account. Since jekyll is a static site and it does not have any plugin that automatically posts your article to the social networks we need to follow this process in order to succeed.
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