My ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE-pi/autostart file has the following contents: @lxpanel –profile LXDE-pi @pcmanfm –desktop –profile LXDE-pi @xscreensaver -no-splash @xrandr –output HDMI-1 –rotate inverted @xinput set-prop "HID 27c0:0818" "Coordinate Transformation Matrix" -1 0 1 0 -1 1 0 0 1 @xset s blank @chromium-browser https://calendar.google.com/ All of these steps are taking place, except the @xinput set-prop … command. […]
Certain apps are blocked but I had a freind show me how to get passed it but I cant remember. My school blocks a lot of stuff but how do I get passed malware apps is there a trick.
I’m currently playing a Warforged Druid in an Eberron Campaign, and our characters are currently located in the City of Sharn, and are likely to be stuck there for some time. I’ve opted to go with the Circle of the Moon primarily for the Circle Forms Wildshape capability. Wild Shape As an action, you can […]
Let’s look at B, C, N, O, F first – how come N alone has an L value of 0? Then as for Ne, where do its S(0) and L come from ? Thanks!!
I have almost successfully installed Arch Linux on a LUKS-encrypted disk with a ZFS root. I can get the password prompt to decrypt the LUKS volume, but the next step with loading the installed system from the ZFS pool is not working. I get the following error immediately after decrypting: Starting version 246.6-1-arch A password […]
Stephen Kitt wrote in https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/448943 any ELF object with an entry point can be an executable, regardless of its other properties. and ld.so is both an executable (because of having an entry point) and a shared library. What is the necessary and sufficient condition for an ELF object file to be a shared library? What […]
Is it possible to know the X11 screen number the application was connected to? I know that if NULL is passed to XOpenDisplay, one can obtain the default screen number. But if application was connected to some display with some screen number, how to obtain the number? For now I parse the display connection string […]
Stephen Kitt wrote in https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/448943/674 ld.so is a shared ELF object, but it doesn’t require an interpreter (it has no .interp entry); this is typical of libraries (shared executables always require an interpreter; otherwise they’re static, not dynamic). Is an ELF object file a "shared executable" if and only if it has an .interp entry […]
I’m running an Arch based GNU/linux system, and because I’m on a lan without access to the Router, there is no way to make a self hosted site available to the web. In fact it would be nice to use it for different services, not only web. I know how to install and configure (the […]
I have a text file, like this 8 15.890 1535.96 2281.44 8 17.890 1538.96 2281.40 8 19.890 1542.60 2282.08 8 21.900 1545.96 2282.32 8 23.900 1550.64 2282.40 8 25.900 1554.52 2281.68 8 28.000 1559.36 2281.88 8 30.090 1563.56 2281.32 8 32.190 1568.64 2280.80 8 34.280 1573.12 2280.56 I want to keep the first two column […]