Few days back, I bricked TP-LINK router named as TL-WR740N v4.23 when I tried to restore stock firmware from OpenWRT. Unfortunately the restoring process wasn’t work as I expected, the router dead and when I powered up, all lights are on and off simultaneously after few seconds. I waited about 1 hour but router did not respond any ip address and does not show any connections on Network And Control Center.
Since the latest system update, I’ve been finding that at about midnight everyday, my computer starts using 100% CPU and ~100% disk I/O during a period of time. Everything was freezed and I must take a break until it’s finished. After a quick search by
iotop, I found
updatedb is the cause of this problem.
I keep all my unorganized photos in external HDD storages just by move them from camera or smartphone. Howerver, all of them aren’t aligned with the filenames. My camera photos start at NHC_xxx prefix but the photos that taken by my phone camera starts at IMG_xxx. It’s hard to reviewing and choosing the best photo to backup / print with the same category or date. Because the categories of photos have same date in almost case. As we known, when you take a picture with your digital camera or smartphone, a time stamp is embedded in the file. Other cool types of info are also embedded too, but that’s not in the scope of what I’m covering here.
Mouse Disappears after unlock issue is a known issue for some time with light-locker and xorg-x11-server.
After a recent reboot it stopped working, saying “device not managed” and you won’t be able to connect to internet. This error only happened if you’re using Network Manager to manage the network connection. For most of the time, this program works flawlessly, but it is not perfect. Now, you’re facing the problem with Device not managed issue by NetworkManager
With my exprienced, it does seem happen to Wired and Wireless Network Interfaces.
If you got this problem and this guide takes you through step by step procedures on fixing “Wired / Wi-Fi Network interface Device not managed error” in almost Linux distros from Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Arch Linux, Kali Linux and more …
ARC GTK Theme is a flat theme with transparent elements for GTK 3, GTK 2 and Gnome-Shell. It has been successfully tested on wide range of Linux operating systems including Ubuntu 14.05, Arch Linux, Freya, Fedora 21 & 22, Debian 8.0, openSUSE 13.2 and many more.
With some selected parts of the window, like GTK Header Bars and the sidebar in Nautilus as the figure above. This looks like on OS X Yosemite, we got a style that is used sparingly and to great effect.
I’ve tested Arc theme then it works almost the same on Unity, GNOME, XFCE, Buggie, Pantheon, Cinnamon but the transparent effect only works on some specified app.