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tiple computers by physically turning a dial on the box to switch the machine you're controlling at any given moment. Barrier does this in software, allowing you to tell it which machine to control by moving your mouse to the edge of the screen, or by using a keypress to switch focus to a different system.
A Keep It Simple Stupid "ncurse disk usage" utility.
So very efficient
New software for quick screenshots
or (since the previous appears to be deprecated)
ufw is frontend to iptables
- Install UFW :
sudo apt-get install ufw
- Show current list of rules :
sudo ufw status
- Show list of rules with id :
sudo ufw status numbered
- Allow HTTP traffic on port 80
sudo ufw allow 80
- Allow HTTPS traffic on port 443
sudo ufw allow 443
- Allow SSH traffic on port 22
sudo ufw allow 22
- Enable UFW rules
sudo ufw enable
- Block an IP as your first rule
sudo ufw insert 1 deny from 220.127.116.11
- Block a subset of IPs as your first rule
sudo ufw insert 1 deny from 18.104.22.168/21
- Delete a rule based on id :
sudo ufw delete 4
- Restart ufw :
sudo service ufw restart
Here is what I found worked for me :
cinnammon --replace --clutter-display=:0 2> /dev/null &
- :0 is my screeen (use command
wif you need to find it)
- & give me back the terminal when done
- 2> /dev/null sends results to the bin
- –clutter-display Use current user session screen. Otherwise the "current screen" is used, wich might not be what you want when you 're ina TTY session trying to recover from a crash / freeze.
And it did save my day. Saved my day.
through memo-linux : THANK YOU !!!
Suppose the awesome_new_app.deb file was downloaded to ./Downloads
cd ./Downloads sudo dpkg -i awesome_new_app.deb sudo apt-get -f install