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Maustasten belegen

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ManyButtonsMouseHowto

sudo apt-get install imwheel

Button 10 ist die Daumentaste.

/etc/X11/imwheel/startup.conf:

IMWHEEL_START=1
IMWHEEL_PARAMS='-b "0 0 0 0 0 0 10"'

~/.imwheelrc:

".*"  
None,		ExtBt7,   Alt_L|F9

Und schließlich unter Einstellungen / Tastatur / Tastenkombinationen / Fenster / Fenster verkleinern
Alt + F9 einstellen (sollte aber auch Default sein).

xorg-xev, xbindkeys und xdotool installieren:

pacman -S xbindkeys xdotool xorg-xev

mit xev Button Nummer herausfinden.

Maustasten mit xbindkeys auf Tastendrücke legen: ~./xbindkeysrc:

# Button 10 sends ALT+F9
"xdotool key alt+F9"
b:10

xbindkeys automatisch beim Einloggen starten: ~/.xprofile:

xbindkeys &

In Desktop-Einstellungen ALT-F9 auf gewünschte Funktion, z.B. Fenster minimieren setzen.

Mausgeschwindigkeit einstellen

Per 'xset'. Z.B.: xset m 5/4 0

Das ganze dann als Startup definieren,

#cat ~/.config/autostart/mouse.desktop

[Desktop Entry]
Name=Set mouse sensitivity
Exec=xset m 5/4 0
Type=Application
Comment=Use xset to set mouse params
Comment[en_US]=Use xset to set mouse params
Comment[de_DE]=Benutzt xset um die Maus-Geschwindigkeit einzustellen

Siehe auch: http://www.pontikis.net/blog/fix-mouse-sensitivity-ubuntu

MATE Desktop: Window reize/move mit Windows (Super) Taste statt Alt

Arduino IDE unter Raspbian

Bluetooth RS232 Verbindung herstellen

$ sudo hcitool scan
Scanning …
00:02:C7:7D:F5:17 BlueGPS 7DF517
$ sudo rfcomm bind /dev/rfcomm0 00:02:C7:7D:F5:17 1
$ ls -l /dev/rfcomm0
crw-rw—- 1 root dialout 216, 0 2008-12-14 23:15 /dev/rfcomm0

Floppy auf 720 kB formatieren (USB-Laufwerk)

Git

#                                                                   #
# Command line                                                      # Bitbucket (prefered)
#                                                                   #


====================================== Create a new branch =====================================================

# Create and checkout branch                                        Bitbucket: Create the branch in Bitbucket
git checkout -b <branch>
                                                                    # Fetch the new branch and check it out
# Push (empty) branch to the remote repository                      git fetch
git push -u origin <branch>                                         git checkout LSAS-0815_CoolFeature
 
# Do the work: edit, add, ...

# Commit the branch
git commit -m "Insert commit message here"

# Push branch to the remote repository
# ***********************************************************
# Note: From Pro Git book: "In general the way to get the best of both worlds is to rebase local changes 
# you’ve made but haven’t shared yet before you push them in order to clean up your story, but never rebase 
# anything you’ve pushed somewhere.
#
# => so better first commit locally until finished, then rebase and then push to origin.
# ***********************************************************
git push    # Specify upstream if not already done above: git push -u origin <branch>




====================================== Rebase ==================================================================

# Update master copy
git checkout master
git pull

# go to branch which should be merged to master and make sure that remote is equal with your copy
git checkout <branch>
git pull    # only if branch is already pushed to origin

# Start rebase
git rebase master

# solve conflicts with an editor e.g foo.cxx has a conflict
kate foo.cxx # remove conflict
git add foo.cxx

# continue rebasing
git rebase --continue

# if there are no other conflicts to solve, push your branch to remote otherwise solve conflicts
git push --force


====================================== Merge the branch with master ============================================

git checkout master                                                 Bitbucket: Create pull request
git merge <branch>                                                  Bitbucket: Merge
git push                                                            Bitbucket: Delete <branch>

LUKS

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/dm-crypt/Device_encryption

#################################
########## Preparation ##########
# - Boot a Linux from a USB stick or CD / DVD
# - Open a terminal
 
 
#################################
### Find the right partitions ###
lsblk -o name,fstype,size

# nvme0n1                477G
# ├─nvme0n1p1 vfat       512M  <== boot
# ├─nvme0n1p2 ext4     437,4G  <== root
# └─nvme0n1p3 swap      39,1G

# Set boot and root partition names according to above output!
BOOTPART=/dev/nvme0n1p1
ROOTPART=/dev/nvme0n1p2


###############################
########### Encrypt ###########

# Shrink root filesystem (NOT the partition)
sudo e2fsck -f $ROOTPART
sudo resize2fs -M $ROOTPART

# Encrypt
sudo cryptsetup-reencrypt --type=luks2 --new --reduce-device-size 8M $ROOTPART   # or --type=luks1
 
# resize the filesystem to its original size
sudo cryptsetup luksOpen $ROOTPART newcryptofs
sudo resize2fs /dev/mapper/newcryptofs


##########################################################
### Make the system boot from the encrypted filesystem ###

sudo mount /dev/mapper/newcryptofs /mnt
sudo mount $BOOTPART /mnt/boot

# Edit /etc/mkinitcpio.conf
sudo nano /mnt/etc/mkinitcpio.conf
# change MODULES=() to
MODULES=(nvidia_uvm nvidia_drm)
# set HOOKS to
HOOKS=(base systemd autodetect keyboard keymap sd-vconsole modconf block sd-encrypt filesystems fsck)

# Backup old config files and create new ones
for f in /mnt/boot/loader/entries/*.conf; do sudo mv $f $f.bak; done
echo -e "default arch\ntimeout 5\nconsole-mode max\n" | sudo dd of=/mnt/boot/loader/loader.conf
echo -e "title Arch Linux\nlinux /vmlinuz-linux\ninitrd /intel-ucode.img\ninitrd \
/initramfs-linux.img\noptions rd.luks.name=$(lsblk $ROOTPART -o UUID -n -d)=cryptroot \
root=/dev/mapper/cryptroot nvidia-drm.modeset=1" | sudo dd of=/mnt/boot/loader/entries/arch.conf
echo -e "title Arch Linux Fallback\nlinux /vmlinuz-linux\ninitrd /intel-ucode.img\ninitrd \
/initramfs-linux-fallback.img\noptions rd.luks.name=$(lsblk $ROOTPART -o UUID -n -d)=cryptroot \
root=/dev/mapper/cryptroot" | sudo dd of=/mnt/boot/loader/entries/arch-fallback.conf

sudo chroot /mnt
mount -t proc proc /proc
mount -t sysfs sys /sys
mount -t devtmpfs udev /dev

mkinitcpio -p linux
exit  # leave chroot

# reboot
sudo reboot
=============================================================================== 
# Convert luks1 to luks2 (or vice versa)
sudo cryptsetup convert --type=luks2 $ROOTPART

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