Monthly Archive: September 2014

X11 install directory on a mac 0

X11 install directory on a mac

If you are running applications like Inkscape, you are probably required to install X11. And to run it, you need to specify the directory where X11 got installed. After you install X11, you can...

How to install fonts on Ubuntu 0

How to install fonts on Ubuntu

This is easier than you think. Simply create a .fonts folder(Notice the dot in the folder name i.e. its a hidden folder) in your home directory and extract your fonts into it. A nice place...

How to check your disk space in Ubuntu 0

How to check your disk space in Ubuntu

Ubuntu comes with a nice little command that lets you list your directories and shows the amount of space on them. df -h If you are looking for something more visual, run the following...