Centre window (with a bit of randomness, so it doesn’t perfectly overlap) centre-window.sh Two monitor setup. I have a laptop screen (1600×900) left of my main monitor (1920×1280). Change accordingly! move-to-left-monitor.sh move-to-right-monitor.sh
After much searching, the solution was found by user marcinello at Super User. Why would someone want to downgrade PHP 5.5 to 5.4.9? Primarily it’s because PHP 5.5 is the first to deprecate the MySQL extension (suggesting either MySQLi or … Continued
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
These are the helper scripts I use to set up SSH mountpoints.
Alright, so it’s not exactly RAM, but rather swap space. Simply put, when the OS runs out of physical RAM it uses the ‘swap space’, which is like RAM but on a hard drive. And because it’s on a hard … Continued
Linux Mint 14 Cinnamon wouldn’t let me bind Ctrl-Alt-w as a custom keyboard shortcut. It kept opening up the search in the settings window. Here’s how I got around it.
If you need to change the brightness of the screen on your Samsung Series 9 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint, you can find it here.
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
Linux Mint 18 Nemo Update below… Anyone who knows me well enough to know that I love my keyboard shortcuts indeed knows me well. Quickly moving between GUI apps makes development so much quicker and more efficient. Or at least … Continued
Did you know you can make websites act as desktop programs? I’ve been controlling a bunch of Rapsberry Pis (running “squeezeslave”) through the Logitech Media Server (i.e. squeezebox), and controlling the Logitech Media Server from it’s web interface, http://myserver:9000. All … Continued