How to install and configure Mercurial on Ubuntu?

Bitbucket allows us to create a private remote repository based on Mercurial. If you don’t care that the source code can be stolen, you can use his service as your distributed revision control tool. However, if your code contains sensitive data and you would like to host a Mercurial on your server, you can follow the steps below to install and configure Mercurial on Ubuntu.

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How to install CyanogenMod on Kindle Fire 5.1.1 2015?

Last year I bought an Amazon Kindle Fire on Black Friday in shopping season. The 7-inch tablet costs about 50 Euro at that time and was pre-installed with all of Amazon services and apps. Of course, we can’t expect a powerful tablet at that price level but the table’s really good for daily activities such as web surfing, listening to the audiobook or playing small games. I really like it but the apps and services from Amazon. The advertisement on lock screen doesn’t disturb me at all, but the unnecessary apps from Amazon do make me really annoyed. Therefore, I decide to flash the tablet with CyanogenMod to get rid of all stuff from Amazon.

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