Archive for February, 2024

A good version of ll

February 20th, 2024 – 3:37 am
Tagged as: Computing Note

A really good version of the ll alias is: ls –lahF, although on some versions ls –lahp looks better than F.

LS alias and Mozilla DRM bar

February 11th, 2024 – 3:11 am
Tagged as: Computing Note

Some useful aliases that are not always preconfigured on every Linux version: alias ll=’ls -alF’ alias la=’ls -A’ alias l=’ls –CF’ To eliminate the DRM warning in Firefox and Librewolf without enable DRM, add this to "userChrome.css": notification[value="drmContentDisabled"]{ display:none !important; } toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets must be set to true in about config.

Fess Search 14.3

February 3rd, 2024 – 2:41 am
Tagged as: Computing Note

Fess 14.3 works straight out of the box without having to install separate search services.  Somewhere between this version and 14.11, completely separate installations of either Open Search or Elastic Search became necessary.  The linkage between those services and Fess seems easy to break causing a loss of the ability to search.  Fess uses the [...]

Double Sided Scan and PDF

February 1st, 2024 – 1:15 pm
Tagged as: Computing Note

The following script scans PDFs via an auto-document feeder in Hp-Lip and then collates the pages to the correct order when there are reverse sides. No scans will be saved if no data is transmitted for the second set of scans. The second set of scans is the reverse of the pages. #!/usr/bin/env bash YMD=$(date [...]