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How should I change encryption according to *** WARNING : deprecated key derivation used
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The other answer is essentially correct. though other things have changed around these versions (v1.1.0 and v1.1.1) that is good to be aware of. First the default password hashing digest has changed, ...

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Capture2Text - Alternative (Capture text from Screen Directly) in Ubuntu Mate
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You don't need "scrot". Imagemagick (which provided "mogrify") can do the job of screen capture. You also don't need to save an intermediate image, as "tesseract" can ...

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how to make keyboard to press ctrl key after every 5 minutes?
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Install xdotool. Should be in your linux repository. while sleep 300; do xdotool key Ctrl click 4 click 5 click 1 done In sequence the above causes control key to press and release click mouse ...

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Terminal alternative to gnome-keyring
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If you don't want to use gnome key ring you can always use the kernal keyring... See my notes... https://antofthy.gitlab.io/info/crypto/passwd_caching.txt And more specifically https://antofthy.gitlab....

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How do I disable a touchpad using the command line?
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Disable any touchpad in a single command, good for a script. xinput list | sed '/Touch[Pp]ad/!d; s/.*id=//;s/\s.*//' | xargs -i xinput --disable {}

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Permanently set monitor as primary
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Grab my simple xmonitor shell script... https://antofthy.gitlab.io/software/#xmonitor This lets you easily layout all active monitors without needing to figure out complex xrandr commands for each ...

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External HDMI display detected, but not working
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I have the same problem... Monitor says "no signal" but xrandr says it is connected... If I tell xrandr make any sort of change (it must be a change) then the display is reset and it all ...

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Screen is black, but connected according to xrandr
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I am having a similar problem, display goes blank, but xrandr shows it connected But found that if I tell xrandr make any sort of change (it must be a change) then the display is reset and it all ...

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Fstab mount smbfs share for user noauto asking for password via GUI
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Faced with the same problem. For me mounting a CIFS share from a NAS Problems being faced... 1/ mount has no method of specifying a password handler (such as used by sudo, ssh, etc) 2/ Putting the ...

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Run several xdotool commands in one line separated from each other
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Seems to me the application is not parsing multiple commands, abut treating it as a single command. As such make it a single command by wrapping it a shell call... bash -c 'xdotool type date; ...

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Unable to decrypt text files with openssl on Ubuntu 18.04
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The other answer is essentially correct. though other things have changed around these versions (v1.1.0 and v1.1.1) that is good to be aware of. First the default password hashing digest has changed, ...

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Laptop screen blank after login when external monitor is not connected
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Similar problems... Monitor goes blank with "no signal", but xrandr shows it connected... If I tell xrandr make any sort of change (it must be a change) then the display is reset and it all ...

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Cannot change monitor configuration without causing black screen
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Similar problems.. Seems you just need to may ANY change, (turn off, mode, position, etc) then return the display back to its normal settings.

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How do i use another hard drive? and dual boot
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BUT if the other OS partition is a internal disk (different disk or partition) You can get grub to add it to the boot menu! Here are my notes.. # Is a different OS visible? os-prober linux-boot-...

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xdotool could not move mouse inside firefox
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original script only works if firefox self backgrounded. You obviously have different environments. Note you can do both xdotool actions all in one command, as xdotool itself can sleep #!/bin/bash ...

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