Table: nota, rows: 168


Titulo: aptitude Uninstalling apps
Contenido: $ sudo aptitude --purge remove program_name
Titulo: arch sudo
Contenido: # vim /etc/sudoers
martinez ALL=(ALL) ALL
Titulo: banco popular
Contenido: Cuenta banco popular Nombre: Maria Encarnacion Martinez Santamaria

Entidad: 0075
Oficina: 0250
D.C: 73
Num. Cuenta: 0700504028
IBAN: ES19 0075 0250 7307 0050 4028

Titulo: bash strings
Contenido: Given:
We can use these expressions:
path = ${foo%/*}
To get: /tmp/my.dir (like dirname)
file = ${foo##*/}
To get: filename.tar.gz (like basename)
base = ${file%%.*}
To get: filename
ext = ${file#*.}
To get: tar.gz
Note that the last two depend on the assignment made in the second one
Here we notice two different "operators" being used inside the parameters (curly braces). Those are the # and the % operators. We also see them used as single characters and in pairs. This gives us four combinations for trimming patterns off the beginning or end of a string:
Trim the shortest match from the end
Trim the longest match from the beginning
Trim the longest match from the end
Trim the shortest match from the beginning

Titulo: Bluetooth install thinkpad mouse
Contenido: sudo apt-get install gnome-vfs-obexftp

hcitool scan
sudo hidd --connect=YOUR_MAC_ADDRESS (00:02:76:11:3C:3A)

sudo gedit /etc/bluetooth/hcid.conf

append to the end of the file:
name “Microsoft Mouse”;

save and restart bluetooth with:
sudo /etc/init.d/bluez-utils restart

or if you get a command not found error:
sudo /etc/init.d/bluetooth restart

Titulo: Booten mit Sicherheitmodus
Contenido: bott: linux -b

Nach der Anmeldung:

#mount -n -o remount,rw /
Titulo: borrar keyring
Contenido: rm ~/.local/share/keyrings/login.keyring
Titulo: chrome for all users