Very smooth setup. Plug in usb and power. Kernel recognized the usb device but no drivers were present. Head over to https://www.polono.com/pages/driver-user-manual Then grab the linux drivers for the PL60. If it doesn’t work, you can grab my local backup … Continued
Holy, this took a while. First thing first, leave the USB off. When you first plug in the power, if the “Editor Lite” light is on, then hold the button until it turns off. Editor Lite causes it to mount … Continued
Bit of a headache. Apparently DYMO stopped supporting the drivers because the repo version (and even their downloadable version) do not work. Luckily there are some fine souls updating a fork of the repo. At the time of writing, it … Continued
Simple Usage: So, for example: Here’s the set-opacity.sh script: Modified from a script found in here: https://github.com/smurphos/nemo_actions_and_cinnamon_scripts
This is a simple timer script, implementing the pomodoro technique for time management. There are tons out there already but I didn’t like how they auto- started breaks. And most lacked shortcut abilities, so that was a dealbreaker. The script … Continued
The Spotify app for Linux seems to trigger a cascading failure with Cinnamon on my machine, where it balloons up sucking up all my ram and cpu power. Great! So let’s switch it to a single instance app using Chromium.
Since it seems the beep command is blacklisted in Linux Mint (or rather not loaded by default into the kernel) and it’s ugly af, we can make a better beep.
For some reason, they took away the ability to change the title of bash within a gnome-terminal window in the new Linux Mint 18 Sarah. I needed it to identify certain windows. Add this bit to your .bashrc to get … Continued
Add this little bit of code to your script:
This works great on the Asus Zenbook! I have a Surface Pro 2 which has a relatively dense, 10-inch 1080p screen. It hurts my eyes to look at individual UI elements and text without dpi scaling. On Windows, everything is … Continued