There are no kernel updates without risks involved

It has been a few weeks, or almost a month when I updated my Linux kernel since I was facing some fatal problems with the previous version. One of the most prominent of them being “Kernel Panic” right after ejecting an external hard disk drive each and every time. The only solution I found to this was updating my kernel. So like a Download and Install Typo, I just tried a few things to get the latest kernel.

Some of them being:

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Concept UI for Getting Things Gnome

Please bear with me for the quality of sjetches and try to get the UI isea that I want to convey. Note that these sketches may not be to scale and only present a rough idea.

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Installing eclipse in Ubuntu 11.10 through a tar.gz file

Yesterday I got a tar.gz file for eclipse IDE from my computer lab to install and work on it for the IBM the Great Mind Challenge. I am doing a project on RFID Based Employee Attendance System.
So now I had manually install this file, offline, because the Internet in my college sucks big time. I searched for it in google. Found a crap bag saying that using Ubuntu Software Center in better. “Obviously I know that way is much more convenient, but you do a task the hard way when you have some constraints!”

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