Resources for Grub/Lilo

I have been trying to solve a problem with Ubuntu booting on one of my machines.  So, I have found these links helpful:

These instructions were very handy for mounting an already installed system from a LiveCD:

sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt
sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/boot
sudo mount -o bind /dev /mnt/dev
sudo mount -t proc none /mnt/proc

Then, to be able to get Internet from the system, I had to copy my resolv.conf into it:

sudo cp /etc/resolve.conf /mnt/etc

Then, to work on the system, I ran:

sudo chroot /mnt /bin/bash

And, then, I can run commands like:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install lilo

Here are some more Lilo links:

I still haven’t solved my problem with all of these links, so here is my forum post if you know of anything that I am missing:

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=9885240#post9885240

Where is the Priority Inbox on Android?

I came across this article the other day:

Engadget: Gmail for Android updated, becomes Market app

The new feature they were talking about was the priority Inbox.  I am all for new features and I thought I would give it a shot.  But, I couldn’t find it in the market!

I searched for the App on AndroLib, but I didn’t see it there.  Then, I searched on AndroidZoom and found it.  In fact, AndroidZoom has a nice list of all the applications that Google puts out.

I tried to scan the QR Code found on the download page.  This is the error message I got:

There are no matches in Android Market for the search: pname: com.google.android.gm

And, I think I finally found the problem on the official blog.  The application requires Froyo!  Here is the quote:

The Gmail update requires Froyo (Android version 2.2), so it’s available if you have a Nexus One, HTC EVO, Motorola Droid 2 or Motorola Droid. (Not sure if your device is running Android version 2.2? Check here.)

Software to Watch: Memoranda

I came across this tool from SourceForge recently: Memoranda.  It is a great tool for managing information relating to a project.  It seems to work pretty good, although, I would prefer to keep my notes with my time tracking tool.

The feature I was looking for was the ability to paste screenshots into my notes.  Unfortunately, Memoranda did not allow screenshots in the notes.  So, I will have to find another example for that.

Great Link: ReQall

While catching up on my feeds in Google Reader, I came across Jake’s post about capturing ideas on the go.  In the comments, Stephen Cross pointed out a service called ReQall.  I wanted to remember this service, but at this point, I can’t keep track of the ideas I do remember.  What is the point in capturing a bunch of ideas that you can’t act on or implement?

Anyway, I still thought this website was worthy of comment in case one day I get my organization together and can process this many things.

Packages for Developing Gnome-RDP

Here are the packages that I found I needed to install for developing on experimental branch of Gnome-RDP:

  • libglib2.0-cil-dev
  • libgtk2.0-cil-dev
  • libconf2.0-cil-dev
  • libcairo2-dev (probably not required)
  • libndesk-dbus1.0-cil-dev
  • libndesk-dbus-glib1.0-cil-dev
  • libglade2.0-cil-dev
  • libgnome-keyring1.0-cil-dev
  • gtk-sharp2
  • libgnome-keyring-dev
  • nunit
  • monodevelop-nunit
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