A default limit to image files like .jpg, .png and similar causes Gnome Desktops not to generate image previews for them on Linux. If an image is larger than 10 MB, no preview will be displayed, but the default image icon. Here’s how to fix it:
Arch Linux is a distribution I’ve peeked at once in a while, but never really touched it, until Lennart installed it on his Raspberry PI. I followed, I liked. I quickly wrote about it: Raspberry PI, installing Arch Linux on USB drive
I even did a video: Hipster introduction to Arch Linux. Continue reading “Arch Linux”
Yesterday I’ve installed Uberwriter, which is a MarkDown editor I quickly want to tell about. It’s a very nice looking application and something that is my replacement for Mou, which I’ve come to love on my Mac.
Continue reading “UberWriter: a MarkDown Editor for Linux”