Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Here's a solution that solved the issue for me (for Xubuntu 12): In directory /etc/X11/Xsession.d/ create a file 45-custom_xrandr-settings (with Xubuntu 13 its name would have to be 45x11-custom_xrandr-settings). The content of the file is (for my case; adjust the definitions as necessary): # The IDs of the screens INTERNAL_OUTPUT="DVI-1" ...


1

CentOS 7 /usr/share/doc/initscripts-9.49.24/sysconfig.txt says: No longer supported: PROMISC=yes|no (enable or disable promiscuous mode) ALLMULTI=yes|no (enable or disable all-multicast mode) So for enabling you have to run: ip link set ethX promisc on Or if you want to happen on boot you can use systemd service rc-local. Put the above line in ...


1

Uncommenting the include paths should do it. eg. ##include "/usr/share/nano/c.nanorc" has comments in front of include ".... Remove the comments and open a c/c++ file; the text should be highlighted. Do this for all the other includes you want.


1

When in doubt, start with the man page, man kmscon in this instance. Although David Herrmann never got around to what kmscon bug #71 originally asked for, the kmscon manual page provides both an example configuration file and the information that any kmscon command-line option is also a kmscon.conf setting.


0

Further investigation brought me to this page. Now my config file looks like the following: # config file for kmscon linux console xkb-layout=de xkb-variant=neo font-name=Inconsolata font-size=10 This answers both my questions.


1

My /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf file uses the following configuration, notice the supercede line # Configuration file for /sbin/dhclient, which is included in Debian's # dhcp3-client package. # # This is a sample configuration file for dhclient. See dhclient.conf's # man page for more information about the syntax of this file # and a more comprehensive ...


0

Some information collected to help in search of a solution: Doing #(echo #{session_name}) outputs nothing, but #(echo \"#{session_name}\") shows the session name, which looks promising, but... The reason it works when quoted is that the echo command literally gets the text #{session_name} where, without quotes, the shell considers it a comment, and with ...



Top 50 recent answers are included