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  • darkchylde95 6:59 pm on December 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: fonts in linux, fonts using command line, installing fonts   

    Installing fonts in debian based OS using command line. 

    1. Download the required font
    2. Make sure font to recognize font type (truetype or opentype), check the font file extension for this.
    3. Extract the font to /usr/share/fonts/
    4. Execute the following to command to update the font cache

    sudo fc-cache -f -v

    You’ve successfully installed the font.

    PS :- Extract font to it’s respective font-type folder.

  • darkchylde95 6:53 pm on December 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: oc, oc (version 3), openshift, openshift console, openshift v3   

    Installing Openshift(v3) console or OC in linux 

    1. Login to openshift v3 web console.
    2. On top toolbar click on the help button (?)
    3. Go to command line tools
    4. Download .tar.gz compressed package
    5. Open the terminal
    6. Execute echo $PATH command
    7. Check which directories are present in path
    8. Extract .tar.gz to one of the directory
    9. Type oc in terminal to check if openshift console was installed properly.

    PS :- /usr/local/bin will be present in the $PATH in most cases, so you can directly extract to this is directory. Also you need root access while extracting to this directory.

  • darkchylde95 6:45 pm on December 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: freelancing, portfolio   

    Revamping freelancing profiles and creating portfolio website.

  • darkchylde95 6:43 pm on December 19, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: machine learning   

    Zero to hero in machine learning – https://darshanhegde.wordpress.com/

  • darkchylde95 1:07 am on August 23, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: me   

    Hello world ! 


    It’s been long since I have started using computers and internet. But of course like a typical middle class Indian family, internet was kinda taboo in my family too. So I only got my first internet connection after lot crying. So in my 8th standard I bought a dial up modem partly with money I saved ( mostly from my father’s pocket ). That day I remember, I went straight to the internet cafe near my home right after the school and bought the dial up modem, thinking in mind of downloading games, obviously what else could I do. But then at that time I didn’t know with 56 kbps you could not download a game instantly. Reached home connected the modem, opened internet explorer, typed in http://www.google.com. This was the time I realized, how hard is it to load even a webpage. Okei this is the start of my netizenship. Even though I have had access to internet through my father’s sony erricson k320 ( My father always complained, why his mobile balance is going low all the time), I consider “dial-up modem” to be what really allowed me to explore the world of knowledge as well as the other thing ( I know you know hehe.. ).

    Time have passed really fast. Now I own a 4mbps bsnl broadband connection. It is real jump when considering my first situation. I have completed so called engineering which is mandatory. But still I feel like I had access to this whole stream of knowledge and I didn’t use it. Moreover I feel a sense of responsibility in me, that I should give back internet something, Internet was my friend which helped me in my assignments, watch movies, it had always helped in one way or other ( Yes, ofcourse helped me with that one tooo ). So as my personal hobby / project, I have decided that I will share interesting stuff that I stumble upon during my internet journey.

    I got swept away, I am sorry, forgot to tell who am I ?. I am George J Padayatti. Your fellow brother in one big internet family. I completed (sought of) my engineering in Information Technology from god’s own country, kerala. I am a full time freelancer. I have successfully completed 15+ live projects. I am a proud member of opensource fan community. Hoping to become a contributor soon. You can email me at georgejpadayatti@gmail.com.

    Also you can find me at,

    1. Github
    2. Stack overflow
    3. Fiverr
    4. Guru

    P.S – I am an amateur as far as my literature skills are considered. Please bare with me and suggest your thoughts, I will make necessary updates to help you.

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