There’s an annoying bug in almost every Linux distribution I’ve worked with. When your copying a large file to usb device (pendrive etc.) it hangs at the end (I mean it haaaaaaaaaaaaangs).
I’ve found a solution that works on
Elementary and Ubuntu (at least).
Simply paste this two commands in your terminal:
sudo sh -c 'echo $((48*1024*1024)) > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_bytes'
sudo sh -c 'echo $((16*1024*1024)) > /proc/sys/vm/dirty_background_bytes'
Add this to some kind of startup script and forget about transfer problems…
I’ve tried lots of tutorials but nothing seems to work with newer versions of
Raspbian. So I’ve decided to write my own simple tutorial on this matter.
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This article will provide instructions for anyone interested in using headless
Debian (or any derivatives).
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When you’re experiencing problems with internet connection on
VirtualBoxe’s guest hosts. double check your gateway settings. Here are commands that may help you: ip route del default
ip route add default via [gateway address] dev [device name]
And to list available interfaces:
Debian 9.4 and this freaking KDE5 is freezing very often! What you can do when your desktop stops responding? Restart computer? Use ALT+CTRL+F1…12? Nah! There’s a better solution!
Simply edit your
~/.bash_aliases: nano ~/.bash_aliases
And append to it:
alias restart-plasma='kquitapp5 plasmashell && kstart plasmashell'
Now whenever your plasma desktop starts trolling you, go to your console and type
restart-plasma voilà ! Dezombified!
tilda to open console in every shitty situation you’ll get into! Simply press F12 and you’ll get nice Quake like terminal. Feel like a Linux ninja
There’s no freaking working
tomato timer available on a KDE based Linux distros! Can you believe it? I’ve become a nerdy MacGyver to overcome this.
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This is pretty common problem. I’ve encountered it on recent version of the
Debian operating system. When you see something like that: Notice: session_start(): ps_files_cleanup_dir: opendir(/var/lib/php5/sessions) failed: Permission denied (13) in /mnt/www-data/htdocs/raportMNW/inc/bryanjhv/slim-session/src/Slim/Middleware/Session.php on line 110
You can fix that easily with following Linux commands:
sudo nano /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini
CTRL+W to find following string session.save_path and configure it like that: session.save_path = "/tmp"
Save your file using
CTRL+X and restart Apache2 service: sudo service apache2 restart