This write-up is yet another quick-and-dirty how-to set-up SlimKat Android ROM on a Nexus 4 device. I've been running SlimKat Alpha release for some time now and despite having some minor bugs here and there it's been rock solid overall. Yesterday, I wanted to check-out what's up with official KitKat ROM for Nexus 4, so I flushed the stock build on my Nexus 4 and seriously SlimKat Alpha has been better to me personally and I know the beta version is even more better so here I am.
The following article is a quick-and-dirty how-to restore/reinstall stock Android KitKat ROM on a Nexus 4 device. I'm some-what constantly changing the Android ROMS on my Nexus 4 and at the time of this writing, I'm running SlimKat Alpha release and just wanted to check-out the official KitKat build for Nexus 4. Since there's already SlimKat Beta release out-there, I think that would be the one which is going to be settled on my Nexus 4, but anyway let's set-up stock Android KitKat first.
In this article I'm writing down what I've done in order to set-up my own GIT server over SSH on a CentOS 6 / RHEL 6 system.
The following article covers the steps required to build and install VIM 7.4 on CentOS 6/RHEL 6 system. It was necessary to install VIM 7.3+ version on my CentOS 6 system in order to use VIM spf13
The other day I was requested to set-up few requirements for a client such as
bcmath etc.. and among these in the list there was the
FFMPEG library and the
FFMPEG-PHP extension. OK, no big deal, but this box has CentOS 6 (RHEL6) with
Virtualmin/Webmin set-up on top of it using the base repositories only, so let's do it I said...