When running zsh out of the box, "ls -G" produced a list of colors with the default color values. But when I "echo" both "$ LSCOLORS" and "$ CLICOLOR" I get an empty answer. Reviewing "printenv" or "set" does not show these variables either.
Unlike other questions that ask how to change LSCOLORS and CLICOLOR, I want to ask where the default options are configured, even though these environment variables are not set (in a way that I can find). Is there a way to see the process in the background, for example, "ls", inside the terminal to trace these to an answer?
Every time I open my terminal there is no command prompt, it starts blank. I need to wait for half a minute, or write something … then, in reality, it shows the symbol of the system and starts to react.
Is there any way to make it work immediately after it's opened?
I'm trying to create a workflow in Automator that uses
jpegtran to convert several hundred jpg art files from the progressive album to the baseline. I can manually run the script in the terminal in this way:
jpegtran folder.jpg> album.jpg
This is the workflow that I created:
Unfortunately, when I run this, automator says "Empty input file" for each file entered in the tool "Get specified search engine articles".
I have searched for information about this, but I do not find anything specific to the failed arguments.
Thanks in advance!
Most of the applications that I need currently do not work, even after restarting several times and trying many suggestions online. It started when I tried to upgrade from Ubuntu 18.10 to 19.04. I opened the software update program and it gave me an error about the corruption of my python3 file or something similar. I found a guide on how to solve this problem and executed the following command:
sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/python2.7 / usr / bin / python but I realized that it was for a different version of python (after I ran it). When I tried to open the software updater again, it did not open. I looked for solutions to start this from the terminal or other places, but I discovered that the terminal did not open either. I do not know what's going on, and I'm too linux to fix it, so I ask here.
I did a new installation of Ubuntu 18.4 LTS, coming from Windows, and everything was working very well! I installed my necessary applications; I will list them below in case they have something to do with the problem and the system has made an update. I rebooted and now the terminal refuses to execute. If I try to open it, all that happens is that it tries to load but stops after about 5 seconds. I downloaded xterm to be able to use the terminal commands again, but this has also caused problems with the updates and installations. Error screenshot
I would sincerely appreciate any help, it seems that I can not understand what is wrong and I really do not want to have to reinstall the operating system.
PIA (Private Internet access)
It is perfectly normal for this to happen; When logging into the Terminal remotely, Bash performs a reverse DNS lookup. It will only be the same if the hostname is not specified in the network from which you are connecting and there is no response from the DHCP server, or if the reverse lookup against the remote DNS server can not be resolved.
You can easily override the default configuration using this command in the Terminal:
# sudo scutil --set HostName archos
You can check it using:
# nslookup nn.nn.nn.nn (or) # host nn.nn.nn.nn
(where nn means the IP address of your Mac)
I found a solution to use exfat in linux:
But I wonder if there is another option that does not involve invoking the terminal every time you want to mount / dismount.
Extra question, turning off the machine and unplugging the medium would damage anything (assuming you use the terminal method described in that link?)
I often have to reconfigure my monitors for work, home, etc. on my laptop with 18.04. I wrote a simple shell alias command on my
.bashrc that you configure them for the location (for example,
wmc for "config job monitor").
I currently open a terminal and execute the command, but it would be better to just press a key (like the Windows key) and write
wmc No need to open the terminal and execute it.
How can I execute my command with alias without opening a terminal?
gsettings set org.gtk.Settings.Debug enable-inspector-keybinding true
it does not work, since I do not have the debug directory in Settings …
I managed to use variable tho, and got this https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/567363514612711424/567947253008957441/unknown.png
(Do not paste it since I thought it would be relevant to keep it as an image)
He is not reading the color for some reason, not to mention that this works.
So the selectors are fine, but how the hell would it go for the terminal to have a border?