Repairing a MySQL table that was over 4Gb in size would have taken days without this command:
I needed a bash script to quickly update the ownership of a bunch of files, based on what directoy I’m currently in. The username is pulled from the present working directory (pwd): /home/SOMEUSER/the/rest/of/the/path
I recently discovered that Linux Mint lets you use the Super/Win key plus left, right, up, down to control the current window size (window left, window right, maximize, unmaximize, respectively!), which is awesome. But I also like my windows centred … Continued
If you created a query monster and doesn’t seem to end and is eating up all of your resources, you can stop it.
These are the helper scripts I use to set up SSH mountpoints.
If you need to change the brightness of the screen on your Samsung Series 9 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint, you can find it here.
If you’re using rsync through SSH and you need to use a different (non-standard) port, then use the -e. The -e switch lets you use any remote shell you like (including ssh) and use whatever parameters you like. For example, … Continued
More for my reference than anything… When you mount a network share using Nautilus under Linux Mint, the location of the mounts sit here: ~/.gvfs/ For example: ~/.gvfs/SomeShare on Server1 UPDATE: On Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon, the (Nemo) shares are … Continued