Fix with: pkill -U $USER pulseaudio
In this example we use Ubuntu linux.
First test if you can access gmail through port 25: telnet gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com 25
Test mail with: echo "Hello world" | mail -s "Test Email" -a "From: [email protected]" toMail.com
How to solve CloudFlare protection: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18500088/curl-load-a-site-with-clou…
exiftool -all:all= $FILE ; qpdf --linearize $FILE output.pdf
imagemagick: mogrify -strip NAME_OF_FILE
Test with: exiftool -all NAME_OF_FILE
Default kernel parameters: "quiet splash".
In my opinion you will get more sucessful boots and reduced graphical errors on boot if you remove quit and splash. Specifically the splash screen can make strange things happen and when removing "quiet" you are able to debug if there is an error.
I also tried to fiddel with "/etc/grub.d/48_linux_zfs" where I tried to out comment #vt_handoff="1" and set quiet boot to zero:
Updating admin user e-mail, when you only have MySQL command line access: UPDATE `wp_users` SET `user_email` = 'INSERT_MAIL' WHERE `ID` = '1';
generate wordpress password for insertion in database: echo -n "password" | md5sum
Remove ssl cert: sudo certbot-auto delete
And useful when you want danish keyboard layout with a thai keyboard for instance. I really needed to map backslash "\" to a key on the keyboard because the key does not exist on a thai keyboard when danish keyboard layout is used.
My .Xmodmap file: keycode 49 = backslash
If you have the black screen of death when trying to get back from suspend mode, you might want to check out this bug description and possible resolutions: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/plasma-desktop/+bug/1849084
Otherwise disable compositor: qdbus org.kde.KWin /Compositor suspend
Check if compositor is enabled: qdbus org.kde.KWin /Compositor org.kde.kwin.Compositing.active
Or: qdbus org.kde.KWin /KWin supportInformation
Currently running flutter in ubuntu 20.04.
Flutter cli doc: https://flutter.dev/docs/reference/flutter-cli
Flutter pub doc: https://dart.dev/tools/pub/cmd
KVM installation: sudo apt install qemu-kvm libvirt-daemon-system libvirt-clients bridge-utils virtinst virt-manager
Old info: sudo apt install qemu qemu-kvm virt-manager (Remember to enable VT Virtualization in the Bios) - run: sudo kvm-ok (to check)