1. Go to the Control Panel and open Display
2. Then see if you have an automatic selected, if so then have it overridden
3. The default is always 100% so make sure it is selected that way, hit Apply then log out and log in
export PATH=$PATH:/home/ikon/binThis way my ~/bin directory is added to the system path. Check it with
$ echo $PATH
gem install debugger-linecache -v '1.1.2' -- --with-ruby-include=\$rvm_path/src/ruby-1.9.3-p374
gem install debugger -v '1.2.3' -- --with-ruby-include=\$rvm_path/src/ruby-1.9.3-p374
The solution is simple:Error: failed to start machine. Error message: Configuration error: Failed to get the "Trunk" value (VERR_CFGM_NOT_ENOUGH_SPACE).Failed to attach the network LUN (VERR_CFGM_NOT_ENOUGH_SPACE)
vboxmanage modifyvm vm_name --bridgeadapter1 eth1After this adjustment is done and the bridge interface knows where to point to the VM will surely fire up.
export WEBIDE_JDK="/home/ikon/app/jdk"export RUBYMINE_JDK="/home/ikon/app/jdk"export SMARTGIT_JAVA_HOME="/home/ikon/app/jdk"export SMARTSYNCHRONIZE_JAVA_HOME="/home/ikon/app/jdk"Here the /home/ikon/jdk is where I extracted the JDK to. The variable names can be looked up from the starter shell scripts of the softwares. This way I even made those softwares "portable" :)
gnome-desktop-item-edit Desktop --create-newto get a popup that was so natural it is a crime to miss it.
# find -L /proc/*/fd -links 0 2 > /dev/null
$ find . -name ".svn" -type d -delete;
$ find /path -name '.DS_Store' -or -name '._*' -delete
$ find /path -name "*.h" | grep -n "raoul"
$ find /path -type d -empty
$ find /path -type d -empty -ls
$ find /path -type d -empty -fls /path/to/tempfile.txt
ssh -i .ssh/ssh_keys/root -L 55432:localhost:5432 firstname.lastname@example.orgWith -i we use a private key to the remote host's user named root at the end. Next we say we want to access a local port -55432- and send the data through that one to the remote port -5432-. We want to use our localhost to address the service which is hosted on the thinks.iamallama.com machine.
find ./ -type d | sed -e 's/[^-][^\/]*\//--/g;s/--/ |-/'I managed to produce the best skeleton:
find ./ | sed -e 's/[^\/]*\// /g'Since I still have to shape this file up with more data I am not bothering with finding a method to put the ':' at the end of each directory as I can do it myself with little effort. I use Vim's visual mode to get rid of the extra leading spaces at each line.
Subsystem sftp internal-sftp
Match group filetransfer
service ssh restart
addgroup filetransferIf you add this group to existing users, then they will be prevented to login via remote shell, though still be available through su.
usermod -G filetransfer username
chown root:root /home/username
chmod 755 /home/username
/existing/dir /dir/pointing/to/existing/one auto bind 0 0or via the command line:
mount -o bind /existing/dir /dir/pointing/to/existing/one
Obviously, you have to find the vboxmanage executable yourself on your system. This command is crossplatform. :)vboxmanage clonehd old_virtualbox_disk.vdi new_vmware_disk.vmdk –format VMDK –variant standard