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Wait for process in Shell
#!/bin/bash until p=$(pidof xfsettingsd) do sleep 1 done sleep 1 setxkbmap ..... &
Changing Just Directory Color in Terminal For ls command to display directories in easy to see manner. Fixing colors in ls. Change /etc/bash.bashrc or ~/.bashrc. For WINDOWS bash LS_COLORS="ow=01;36;40" && export LS_COLORS For UBUNTU 16.10: LS_COLORS="di=01;36;40" && export LS_COLORS or LS_COLORS="di=01;32;40" && export LS_COLORS Source VIM Color Highlight Create ~/.vimrc with: set background=dark 2nd line is required in Hyper-V terminal in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS: colorscheme darkblue Bash for Windows Configuration of Colors Content or Registry File
Netowrking Tasks in Linux
ZFS on Manjaro
Debian To Install apt-get install default-jre apt-get install default-jre-headless Debian 8.8 (Jessie) openjdk-7 or openjre-7 is supported by default. JDK 8 is not supported. Ubuntu Ubuntu 16.04 LTS It supports Java 9 and 8. Search example: apt-cache search jre Example installation: apt-get install default-jre-headless which installs openjdk-8-jre-headless.
URXVT is a nice terminal. Copy/Paste with Gnome is not integrated and an extension needs to be installed: https://github.com/muennich/urxvt-perls Install xsel to get copy/paste working.
SQLite UUIDs ** UUIDs ** http://sqlite.1065341.n5.nabble.com/How-to-store-128-bit-values-td25224.html In reply to this post by Steve Krulewitz On 7/11/07, Steve Krulewitz <[hidden email]> wrote: In the application I am working on (Songbird), we have a simple two table schema representing the tracks in your music collection and the properties on those tracks. The keys used are all UUIDs (128 bit number) which we are currently storing in hex string form in a text column, so they literally appear in the database as “ee89b823-e709-40c5-bed7-dcb0b2b791a8”.
Example to rsync: sync -avhP --delete ~/important /mnt/externaldrive How to Use rsync to Backup Your Data on Linux How to Backup Files in Linux With Rsync on the Command Line rdiff-backup is a good alternative which focuses on incremental changes.