The Ubuntu Incident

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print content of a file from line X to line Y

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[manjaro] install Oracle Java JDK

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[manjaro] install packages from AUR

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Getting started with the Rust programming language

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extracting conky settings from Parted Magic

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shopt: change additional shell optional behavior

[...] switched “sourcepath” off. Read this post if you want to know why. Filed under: bash, manjaro, ubuntu Tagged: bashrc, shopt [...]

detect easily if your machine is frozen

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copy large files between computers at home over the network

[...] ): The download speed was about 10 MB/sec, so it took almost 2 hours. Filed under: network, python Tagged: LAN, large file, wget [...]

media info

[...] a simple Python wrapper for it called pymediainfo. Its github page is here. Filed under: bash, python Tagged: audio, media, multimedia, video [...]

autocompile LaTeX project when a file changes

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a terminal-based YouTube player

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Automate with IFTTT

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send an email at a specific date and time

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send an email at a specific date and time

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Install Adobe Reader on Ubuntu 13.10+

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Install Adobe Reader on Ubuntu 13.10+

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measure execution time in bash

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detect easily if your machine is frozen

[...] is it just temporary and everything will be normal in a few seconds? Solution I have an easy solution to detect if the whole system is frozen. In the top right corner you have a clock, right? [...]

[manjaro] Manjaro: a fast, user-friendly, desktop-oriented operating system base...

[...] . You can select an LTS kernel, or you can select the newest one. Install a new package The package manager of Manjaro (and Arch) is called pacman. You can install a new package with it like this ( [...]

media info

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Getting started with the Rust programming language

[...] : (1) it installs the latest version of Rust, and (2) it also installs Cargo, the package manager and build system of Rust. Print the version number: “rustc -V“. Hello World Compile [...]

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convert .txt to .pdf

[...] By the way, pandoc can convert from / to lots of file formats. Filed under: bash Tagged: convert, pandoc, txt2pdf [...]

dropbox: remove conflicted copies

[...] deleted. Notice that “$i” is between quotes since these filenames contain spaces. Filed under: bash Tagged: conflicted copy, dropbox [...]

shuffle the lines of a file

[...] For more alternatives, see the comments at the bottom of this page. Filed under: bash Tagged: randomize, shuffle [...]

print content of a file from line X to line Y

[...] , you want to work with the first 50 lines, then with lines 51-100, etc. Solution Filed under: bash Tagged: lines interval, sed [...]

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