When you’re trying to remove an apt package and you encounter a “killed by signal” error, it means that the package removal process was interrupted and not fully completed. This error can occur due to a variety of reasons such as a system shutdown, network connection issues, or any other interruption during the package installation… Read More »
Unfortunately, I had to learn how to do this today. 🙁 I spilled not one but two cups of water off my nightstand onto my Dell laptop (don’t ask how). Somehow, the core of the laptop didn’t die, and I guess the keyboard didn’t literally die, but any keypress generates 15 random key strokes. *sigh*… Read More »
Using Terminal to Hide Desktop Icons Source: How to Hide Files, Folders and Desktop Icons on Mac – Make Tech Easier
Quick reminder to myself: sometimes realizing you’re using the wrong tool is a critical troubleshooting skill: “I knew that it was possible, I just took wrong tool. I did it with rsync rsync –progress -avhe ssh /usr/local/XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX:/BackUp/usr/local/ Source: Is it possible to make SCP ignore symbolic links during copy? – Stack Overflow
For some reason, I can never remember this: the command aptitude search ‘~N’ only shows “new” packages Source: Linux aptitude command help and examples
oooOOOooo, pretty new monospace font! Source: JetBrains’ New Font Makes Reading Code Easier – OMG! Ubuntu!