22 Jul 2015 » Getting Citrix Up And Running On Ubuntu
To solve cert issue: sudo cp -v /usr/share/ca-certificates/mozilla/AddTrust_* /opt/Citrix/ICAClient/keystore/cacerts/ read more »
02 Mar 2015 » VM!
Well as I promised myself, now I am running Mac OS X 10.6 - which got upgraded to 10.6.8 (after the combo update) - on VirtualBox on my Windows 8.1 box. It wasn't a lot of effort. read more »
17 Feb 2015 » Back To Nikunjlahoti Dot Com
I was able to buy it back and now it's up and linked to this github.io blog. Funny is that I didn't even enter my CVV :P read more »
16 Feb 2015 » Why I Got Myself A New Laptop
There were some issues with my Acer 5738 which I had made peace with: read more »
08 Feb 2015 » Android 5.0.1 Nexus 4
I was on Android 5. And wasn't able to install OTA update 5.0.1 because I had changed so many things over time. (Rooted + Multirom + TWRP custom rom) read more »
13 Jan 2015 » Team Viewer
13 Jan 2015 » Good Or Bad
I was recently at a mall with friends and we managed to break an item priced $2. To that - my friends, in choros, said that it is absolutely OK to not pay for it as those stores make a lot of money on us'! And I told them, 'Well who's stopping you from making that money?. We should pay for it.' We just agreed to disagree. read more »
13 Jan 2015 » Counter Strike
There was a time in College when I would do everything on GNU/Linux and wouldn't want to have Windows OS at all. The time when the internet connection was spotty and I would borrow Red Hat Bible from my seniors and install RHEL5 (Fedora came much after) using those silly scratched CDs. But then CounterStrike1.6 happened and I got hooked. After unsuccessfully trying Wine/winetricks to get CS installed on Linux, I finally resorted to dual booting and since that day, I have allowed Windows to live on my PC and thrive. Currently I have - Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and Windows OS installed on that very small 320GB HDD that my 5 years old laptop has. read more »
18 Apr 2014 » initialize()
github has already become - The Destination (for the developers and the crackers. Think: this). Its a long overdue and finally I am here. And so is my github.io blog. I really find the concept of using
markdown to create a static blog - very fascinating. I think for the same reasons I like the way the
hangouts app shows you till-what-point-in-time-someone-has-read (if you compare that with
disqus can keep a good track of the comments which may ever come.
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...and the other posts created during testing!