Find files modified more than 48 hours ago: $ find /path -mtime +1 Find files modified more than n=90 days ago (cutoff by the hour, not the day). $ find /path -mtime +89 Note the +(n-1) in command. Many online articles got this wrong by simply putting +90.
Open the Facebook app Click on the hamburger button (displayed as ≡) near the top-right corner of screen Scroll down and tap on Account Settings > Notifications Under the “How You Get Notifications” section, select “Mobile” Tap on the notifications that you want to turn off
In a multi-monitor setup, sometimes I type in the wrong window without knowing and end up spamming WeeChat IRC. To prevent that, I now use gnome-terminal and turn on “Read-Only” mode to disable typing. This useful feature is, however, not available in other terminals. Please share in the comments if you know of alternatives. […]
Instead of messing around with the ports directly with RHEL7/CentOS7 firewall-cmd, I’ve decided to update the port number in the ssh.xml service file instead. Think it’s cleaner this way. For example, here are the steps to change sshd port from the default 22 to 9876: 1. Make a copy of the default ssh service […]
Problem: Somehow the “Software & Drivers” option does not show up when I try to download the printer driver of HP LaserJet Pro MFP M127fn from the official HP website using Chromium, Firefox, Opera and most web browsers on Linux. Solution: Use Konqueror on Linux or another OS.
#182036036 / gettyimages.com If your Wordfence is not updating to newer version properly due to “Could not copy file” error, try deleting the leftover folder “wordfence.tmp” from /path-to-webroot/wp-content/upgrade/wordfence.tmp, then try again.
#459312475 / gettyimages.com Assumption: SD is not encrypted Plug SD onto another working computer, look for the “cmdline.txt” file and edit it by appending “init=/bin/sh” after “rootwait”. Save the file, remove the SD and plug it back to the RPi and boot. You’ll be dropped into a shell. Change your passwd, then hit CTRL-ALT-DEL […]
Problem: The print queue of a HP printer on a Windows 2003 Server (clustered) already has its 32-bit driver installed. For my new 64-bit Windows 7 client to use the print queue, I installed the 64-bit printer driver on the server. However, when I connect to the print queue on the 64-bit Windows 7 client, […]
If the use of IBus removes your xmodmap keymaps in X, try enabling the “Use system keyboard layout” option under the “Advanced” tab in the IBus Preferences. Versions: – ibus 1.5.5-1 – xorg-xmodmap 1.0.8-1
Some WordPress plugins that protect your login page may be the culprit. Try disabling them to see if Chrome prompts to save the login. Don’t forget to re-enable them after you’ve managed to save your password in Chrome.