GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual to retrieve online quotes (updated)

GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual have been updated as on January 19, 2019. Please refer https://askmeaboutlinux.com/2019/01/19/gnucash-financequotes-modules-mumbaistock-and-indiamutual-to-retrieve-online-quotes-updated/ to download the modules and the instructions on how to install them.

GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual to retrieve online quotes

In GnuCash, the Finance:Quotes module allows retrieval of online quotes from various sources. Herein, are provided two modules, MumbaiStock.pm and IndiaMutual.pm with bugs corrected to enable the download of Stock Quotes from BSE and NAVs from amfiindia.com. To use the modules, follow the instructions below. Note that you are responsible to take backups and all … Continue reading GnuCash Finance:Quotes Modules MumbaiStock and IndiaMutual to retrieve online quotes

Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to run Windows 10 Insider Preview

VirtualBox package in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS does not successfully install Windows 10 Insider Preview. To install, you need to install VirtualBox from the Oracle website at this link: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Linux_Downloads As instructed on that site: Open a terminal window and add the following line to the /etc/apt/sources.list file: $ sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list <enter> deb http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/debian xenial … Continue reading Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to run Windows 10 Insider Preview

Crossover Office and SimpleMind Desktop for Windows on Linux

It took a while to find out the big difference between Wine and Crossover Office. I use a Mind Mapping software SimpleMind Pro on an Android device to create mind maps to learn new subjects rapidly. SimpleMind Pro saves files direct to Dropbox or Google Drive and you can open these files on any Windows … Continue reading Crossover Office and SimpleMind Desktop for Windows on Linux

Mind mapping software for Linux and Android

I needed to organize my thoughts on some subjects. Unfortunately, a paper and pencil could not take me very far in getting them organized due to the complexity of the subjects. I managed to solve the conundrum using Mind Mapping software. Funny, I never realised this existed for several years now on Linux and did … Continue reading Mind mapping software for Linux and Android

How to amend default user name and email before committing code to remote github repository

If you commit the code to a local github repo with the default user name, you will get the message as shown below: $ git commit MumbaiStock.pm -m v1.5 <enter> [master 24fea3] v1.5 ¬†Committer: wronguser <wrongemail@wrongdomain.com> Your name and email address were configured automatically based on your username and hostname. Please check that they are … Continue reading How to amend default user name and email before committing code to remote github repository

How to update or commit code changes from local github repository to repository on github

A user can make changes to code in their local folder (in this case, MumbaiStock) and then update or commit  that code into the github repository. Below is the user information: github User ID is userid github User Name is "UserFirstName UserLastName" github User Email is "user@emailsystem.com" To update github or commit code from the … Continue reading How to update or commit code changes from local github repository to repository on github

How to view Microsoft XPS files on an Android device

Microsoft Windows gives users an option to save documents as XPS files while printing. Though XPS may be popular on Windows Operating System and easily portable, there are challenges when viewing XPS files on Android devices. Fortunately, a Document Viewer app at this link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.sufficientlysecure.viewer&hl=en is able to open and display XPS files accurately. Install … Continue reading How to view Microsoft XPS files on an Android device