With the release of Juno I decided to give it a try and pretty much liked it on laptop. In fact I liked it so much that I decided to install it on desktop as well. On my main rig I run Ubuntu proper (18.04 + KDE installed manually). Since
When I was setting up Macbook I selected Croatian keyboard layout and for some reason it was defined as default from that moment for login screen. Although I primarily use US layout and have changed it for my account Croatian was still used for login screen once the computer powered
Prefix thing you’re searching for with: ^ for matches in your browsing history. * for matches in your bookmarks. % for matches in your currently open tabs. # for matches in page titles. @ for matches in web addresses.
Moving around: CTRL + A # beginning of the current line CTRL + E # end of the current line Alt + F # one word forward Alt + B # one word back Text manipulation: CTRL + U # delete characters before cursor CTRL + K # delete characters
By default proc is mounted in a way that allows inspection of other users processes by any account on the system. This can be a security risk if attacker gets hold of one of the accounts on the machine as it can freely inspect processes and gather information that it