Locating Excessive Inode Usage

The command to list the directories using the most inodes is: find . -printf "%h\n" | cut -d/ -f-2 | sort | uniq -c | sort -rn However, I first needed to narrow down the directory under root that might be causing the problem: df -i showed that the... » More

Screen Annotation on Linux

I was testing a HP EliteBook 2730p with Linux Mint 17.2. The laptop/netbook/tablet comes with a touchscreen and stylus. USB booting did not work for me but I was able to network/pxeboot an installation. When it came to drawing on the touchscreen I was... » More

Recording an Android Screencast on Linux

AndroidScreencast I wanted to make a short video recording activity on an Android device while on a Linux Mint desktop. To do so I did the following: Install Java if you do not already have it installed. Install the Android debugger (if not already installed): sudo... » More

Configure Java Security Settings on Linux

I received the following error message when trying to run a Java JNLP file: Application Blocked by Security Settings Your security settings have blocked a self-signed application from running Assuming I trust the program I found I could get it to... » More

Slurm & Environment Modules Bash Error

I had the following error message when trying to assign a job via Slurm (with Environment Modules installed). Since this has come up a few times for me I thought I would detail the solution: bash: BASH_FUNC_module(): line 0: syntax error near unexpected... » More

Multisite DokuWiki Install

I wanted to be able to install DokuWiki with a single code base serving multiple wikis. This would have several advantages especially making updates easier. There are a variety of ways of doing this, and thus a variety of instructions around the web.... » More