Install Chrome Os in Ubuntu 13.04

After week long waiting, and headache i finally managed to install chrome os in ubuntu.

Actually i installed chromiumos-aura window manager to Ubuntu.

I just followed this GITHub repo: https://github.com/dz0ny/lightdm-login-chromeos for installation and error solutions.

I faced an error while launching of chrome os as there was some strange error:

root window unavailible (maybe another wm is running?)
[8433:8433:0707/140237:FATAL:browser_main_loop.cc(142)] Running without the SUID sandbox! Seehttps://code.google.com/p/chromium/wiki/LinuxSUIDSandboxDevelopment for more information on

Creating Subgroup for the Organic Groups

I have long history of working with organic group modules. Organic groups and views are the modules which i have worked the most. Nearly half of my projects i have used organic group module either way.

Recently i came across one other requirement to creating the subgroups for the organic group module.

Though the task was pretty simple as i follow the steps from drupal.org. Here is the step by step points which i followed to achieve it.

This module enables a user with

#1146 - Table 'phpmyadmin.pma_recent' doesn't exist after upgrading ubuntu 12.10 to 13.04

Today i upgraded my laptop and installed the Ubuntu 13.04

It is really nice and awesome operating system. Though there are many changes that you can find by searching on Google.

Thought upgrade was the easy task, it didn't involved much technical knowledge.

After upgrading i found phpmyadmin was giving me the error #1146 - Table 'phpmyadmin.pma_recent' doesn't exist

After searching on google i found one solution.

just import the file create_tables.sql.gz

You can find the above file at the following location: 

/usr/share/doc/phpmyadmin/examples/

From the admin interface of PHPMyAdmin

Organic Group Calendars and Dates integration Drupal 7

In last week, once i was working on calendar integration with organic group. on Drupal.org there are lots of discussion around this topic.
After lots of workaround i found an book page on drupal.org
 
I wanted to create a calendar for an Organic Group that is limited to displaying only events for a single group. 
This can be done by creating a calendar in the normal way.
Then, once it is working correctly for all content, add an Organic Groups contextual filter to each display,
right before the date contextual filter. 
Though this guide is perfect but

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