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Ubuntu not loading desktop after logging in?

so um.. i typed my password to login my account and hit enter and it lead me to a blank screen with only desktop, mouse cursor and that Ubuntu 14.04 LTS logo on the bottom left.

what fixed it.

  1. Installed gnome-session-fallback (sudo apt-get install gnome-session-fallback). Tried logging in through it (by clicking the little ubuntu logo next to my username on the login screen and choosing gnome) and it worked fine. [although i think this is a complete unnecessary step if you know how to create a new user account through terminal]
  2. creating a new user account (system settings > user accounts > (click that unlock button on top) > (then the + sign to add a new account) > (set a password to that account since if you forget this step you cant access the account you just created)
  3. Try logging into the new account just created. if it works fine then the issue was probably something is corrupted in your normal account. for some magical reason, logging out and logging into my normal account worked after this.

How to remove ads in the latest version of uTorrent (3.3)

As BitTorrent and uTorrent becoming adware are the people switch to a different client, this is how to remove those annoying ads on it.

Step 1 - Goto Options > Preferences > Advanced

Step 2 - Turn all these settings to false:
  • offers.left_rail_offer_enabled or left_rail_offer
  • gui.show_plus_upsell
  • offers.sponsored_torrent_offer_enabled or sponsored_torrent_offer_enabled
  • bt.enable_pulse
  • gui.show_notorrents_node
  • offers.content_offer_autoexec

Step 3 - Then restart it.

This is how it will look afterwards
thanks bnlgoi

How to make your own font

1. Goto MyScriptFont.com
2. Download the Template , print it and fill it out.
3. After filling out, scan the completed template and upload the image file.
4. ?????
5. Download the kickass font you just created and start using.

2 Tips to improve your YouTube experience

1. YouTube Feather (beta)

The "Feather" project is intended to serve YouTube video watch pages with the lowest latency possible. So basically when you goto YouTube and select a video, it will load the page with minimum content. There will be only the search bar and the video. No ads, no suggested videos, no comments.

2. SmartVideo for YouTube

Have you noticed that when you pause a video on YouTube it also pauses loading the video. This can be pretty annoying if you have slow  internet and you are trying to let the video buffer before start playing the video so it doesnt stop half way. SmartVideo for YouTube is an add-on you can install to your chrome or firefox so it makes sure the video stays buffering even while the video is paused. It has some other handy features like setting up a preferred video quality, player size etc too.
  

The complete Ubuntu guide. P.S NOT really a guide

Changes to do!
  1. Update graphic card drivers by installing recommended updates. Install intel linux graphic drivers (here)
  2. Update firefox (described how to, below)
  3. In case the whole thing freezes ALT+ SYSRQ + R + E + I + S + U + B
  4. Add keyboard shortcuts to xkill and System Monitor
  5. Change selection color to blue
  6. Change font color to black 
  7. Increase Unity Launcher sensitivity to make it faster
Must have apps
  1. Skype (download the setup file from the site and run it)
  2. Jupiter (decribed below) or the laptop will overheat
  3. Pinta Image Editor (software center)
  4. chromium (software center)
  5. VLC Media Player (software center) - and make this the default app to play media by right clicking a file.
  6. dconf editor, compiz config, My Unity (to customize appearance)
  7. qBittorrent (alternative to utorrent)
  8. Quicklist Editor (to add shortcuts to folders on the launcher)
  9. Brasero Disk Burner
  10. Storage Device Manager (auto mount windows partitions on startup - make sure its not mounted as read-only)

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