How to configure a Debian based Linux distribution to share a folder with anyone on the network, with read and write access ?
Continue reading “Samba public share”
As ‘man convert’ states :
The convert program is a member of the ImageMagick suite of tools. Use it to convert between image formats as well as resize an image, blur, crop, despeckle, dither, draw on, flip, join, re-sample, and much more.
Get rid of graphic boot on Linux with a few modifications in grub configuration : Continue reading “Boot Linux in text console”
byzanz-record -c –duration=60 –x=80 –y=310 –width=800 –height=600 out.gif
A few days ago, I started to have a very disturbing “Not permitted” message when trying to mount a usb disk from Thunar. The only way I found was to pmount the disk : not as intuitive as just clicking the disk on Thunar.
But after some googling, I found where was the real problem : udisk, who is responsible of mounting disks, uses polkit to know if I have the right to mount, or not, external disk. So, if you have the same problem, follow this steps :
sudo nano /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.freedesktop.udisks2.policy
(use your favorite text editor in place of nano)
Then, look for the section with “udisks2.filesystem-mount”, inside you’ll have a “defaults” section with interesting stuff :
<defaults> <allow_any>auth_admin</allow_any> <allow_inactive>auth_admin</allow_inactive> <allow_active>auth_admin_keep</allow_active> </defaults>
Now, replace all “auth_admin*” by “yes” to give access for every user, like this :
<defaults> <allow_any>yes</allow_any> <allow_inactive>yes</allow_inactive> <allow_active>yes</allow_active> </defaults>
Save your modifications. Forget this annoying message !
New session : tmux
Attach to a session : tmux a
Detach : Ctrl+b d
Scroll : Ctrl+b PgUp/PgDown (quit with q) also can use mouse after first page up or down
Copy mode : Ctrl+b [ (quit with q)
Split horizontally : Ctrl+b “
Split vertically : Ctrl+b %
Switch pane : Ctrl+b arrow key
Resize pane : Hold Ctrl+b + arrow keys
install xclip so buffer copied insied tmux are also available to X : sudo apt-get install xclip
Assume we have access to the wifi at work and at home. How can I configure my laptop to automatically connect to the right network without using a graphical network manager ? Welcome guessnet !
Continue reading “Wireless auto configuration with guessnet on Linux”
Add in your ~/.ssh/config :
Host * ServerAliveInterval 240
src = superuser.com
Put in your ~/.zshrc :
src = superuser.com