To get started with LaTex quickly I googled a bit and quickly found a cross-platform editor I am very happy with – TexMaker.
You can install it by issuing:
sudo apt-get install texmaker
The interface is very intuitive. Among the editor’s features are code completion, spell-checker (although I didn’t succed at configuring it), wizards with document templates… You can find the user manual and a decent LaTex reference under Help. You can see what it looks like in this screenshot:
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You need the following packages installed:
(from Synaptic or from terminal “sudo apt-get install aricrack-ng”)
Next I will give you the terminal commands – you just have to change the parts so that they reflect your situation (for example mac addresses, interfaces etc.).
Start airmon on your wireless interface (“ip -d addr” might help if you’re not sure):
airmon-ng start wlan0
Monitoring traffic (enter number from 0 on instead of – sometimes you’ll have to backtrack here to change the channel):
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If you installed Eclipse from the Ubuntu repositories, your software sites list might be emty. In that case, Eclipse won’t update itself and you won’t be able to install new software.
Here is a way you can fix this. Go to help->install new software->click on the blue hyperlink “Available software sites”
Now either import the bookmarks.xml with this as contents or do it manually.
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When I installed Ubuntu 9.10, my num pad stopped working as it used to – it moved the mouse instead of inputing numbers. Pressing num lock didn’t help either.
Anyway I found the solution quickly on Ubuntu forums:
It appears it’s some accessibility feature. I probably pressed some key combo that turned it on.
If you aren’t getting any pop-up help information in the Netbeans IDE it’s possibly because you don’t have javadocs installed. Check if you have the package openjdk-6-doc (or anything newer) installed.