Saturday, October 31, 2009
A good tool to have is an (empty grub.cfg) grub2 cdrom so that
you can use this to boot to any OS if you have any problem. To get it,
type at terminal
where grubrescue.iso is name of iso which will be
created at ~/ if your command is at home. Burn that iso and you will
have a bootable grub2 cdrom for you to boot your system with.
The sidux site with detailed grub2 info
More Ubuntu info about Grub2 is found here
Grub2 title tweaks are found here
A Grub2 wiki from ubuntu including recovery information is found here
Sunday, October 25, 2009
If you’re very sure that you’re using a correct password and username (with @gmail.com after the user name), and not checking email in Gmail’s Inbox too frequently, you may need to clear and unlock the CAPTCHA. To unlock CAPTCHA for Gmail account, go to the following URL:
Note: For Google Apps user, visit https://www.google.com/a/
Type in the email address, password for the Gmail address, and fill in the correct Captcha validation. Click on “Unlock” button to fix the IMAP failure error.
For user who still faces the problem after clear the Captcha can try to use an alternative IMAP server instead, which is imap.googlemail.com on SSL port 993.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
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