If it says “write error: File too large” when you redirect output to a file, e.g.: cat a.txt | sort > blah It may have to do with limitation of the file system’s size (FAT vs ntfs, etc). Try writing to another directory, such as /tmp or whatever.
If host is windows 10 (64 bit), go to “Turn windows features on or off” and disable “Windows Hypervisor platform” (and probably “Hyper-V” also)
in .bashrc: #set shift + numberpad to work like windows, e.g. keypad as arrow keys. setxkbmap -option ‘numpad:microsoft’
dconf editor search gnome-session turn on auto-save-session
Using facebook access tokens to make app that can post to your pages automatically. Create a facebook app In settings of said app (via “mange apps” on left hand side), click on the app, make sure it’s turned on/status is live. Optionally, add a dummy fb account as developer of your app, and have him […]
Workspace: https://cinnamon-spices.linuxmint.com/applets/view/116 Terminal: Use Mate Terminal, since it supports background opacity (default one DOESN’T!)