Very simple tool for killing windows Just type xkill in terminal and click on a window that needs to be terminated, nice but there’s a catch. Xkill kills only the window (X Window System) not the process it self, however many apps terminate when their window is closed.
Restart your web server for changes to take effect.
I jos got a Keychron keyboard and nasty thing is that function keys are acting like multimedia keys by default, furthermore if you switch this by the keyboard it self, nothing happens. I found a solution for this on Mike Shade’s page: This works great, but it’s not permanent, after reboot it reverts. The solution … Read moreKeychron Linux Function Keys
Removes content of current terminal
This can be enabled in paprefs: Start paprefs and enable virtual output, it will send sound to all devices simultaneously, then restart pulseaudio for changes to take effect:
Current time zone info: List available time zones: Europe/Belgrade Europe/Berlin Europe/Brussels Europe/Bucharest Europe/Budapest Europe/Chisinau Europe/Copenhagen Europe/Dublin Set your timezone Another way to set time zone Unlink localtime file: Seting local timezone: To set the timezone this way you must unlink localtime file.
Dynamic real-time view of processes: Search processes by name: List processes by user: Scroll the process list vertically and horizontally and search & kill processes: (apt install htop) Kill process by name without allowing process to do cleanup or restart Kill process by PID without allowing process to do cleanup or restart
NFS Server Display current NFS shares on server: Edit server NFS configuration: Share example: Export “NFS table” (this is necessary after NFS edit) : Restarts NFS to apply changes: NFS Client Share mounting examples: terminal: fstab:
Samba provides file and print services on Linux for Windows computers. To install Samba: The configuration file for Samba is located at /etc/samba/smb.conf, edit samba configuration: Share example: Password protected share example: System user’s password must be added to Samba: For changes to take effect, you must restart samba: (stop, start)
Edit fstab: Mount disk: Different partitions types: ext4, ext2, ext3, reiserfs, xfs, jfs, smbfs, iso9660, vfat, ntfs, swap, auto Mount nfs share: Mount samba share: share.name NOT dir.name! “Reloads” fstab for changes to take effect: