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All the trivials.
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Conquer Ubuntu Openbox.
Screenshots of a Ubuntu Opebox after configured.
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1. Arandr for arranging multiple monitors
When using Raspberry as headless server, eventually I will need to run some commands or apps at start up.
Why another Transmission guide: This is my seft-note. This guide focus on giving more comprehensive information about permission.
Cron is for scheduling tasks.
To automatically change wallpapers after a period of time.
I get this table from a course by Colt Steele (best teacher ever!). Put here just as an easy to reach reference.
Please understand that I am no expert on font rederring, and this post is just a note for my future self in case I have to reinstall the whole system.
Since I always find any auto-generated menu is too busy, I need obmenu-generator to generate a menu with only items I need and display their associated icons.
Several days ago, I needed a screenshot of a small part of my screen. As usual I tried to open Shutter and found that the command shutter “is not found”.
My only focus is to parse my Gmail for .epub files (for my ebook converter server) and sort them to a folder. You can use it for any other file format.
The steps laying out here are distilled from my own trial and error. Hope it will help you! Download Raspbian image Because I run servers headless, there is ...
I have been using Raspberry Pi from the model B, 1st to the 3rd version of the board and have some interesting things to share in case someone is wondering t...
I have been using kindle for several years and used the GUI version of Calibre to convert ebook then using Thunderbird to send the converted ebook to my kind...
I only use the Raspberry Pi for headless server, so I need a email client for sending email.
After install and configure many things on my Raspbery Pi, it will be too much if I have to do it again. Backing it up is really a good idea.
First, change the content of the sources.list file.