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@filip Great work on the installer  8)
Keep it up  :)


I'll post this here in case someone has a solution that will be useful to me others.

Tried to get the live session of the new uEFI capable iso ( 9 April 2017 build ).

Always got to the grub menu, but the first couple efforts hanged - I let it sit for a minute or so  just to see if it was slow, but no joy.

Finally went to completion, and auto logged into a live session, but the keyboard was dead (mouse worked) so I couldn't do anything.

This laptop - Toshiba 875D - isn't particularly user friendly when it comes to Linux uEFI - had some issues with Fedora and Ubuntu boot/live sessions as well so if you're shopping around might not be the one to get.

If someone knows a trick to get the keyboard going, please share the information in case someone else has the same issue.

Otherwise an excellent effort by Team VSIDO - (live session was smooth as silk on my non-uEFI machines)

Add following to the end of the boot command line from the Grub boot menu,

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i8042.nomux=1 i8042.reset

Might work  :-\


sorry to hear this, thank god I am vegetarian and avoid all bacon contact, maybe it was a bad day or someone had applied too much mustard to the bacon.

 :D :D :D :D :D


Artwork & Screenshots / Re: April 2017 Screenshot Thread
« on: April 14, 2017, 08:43:15 PM »
Just a quick drive by!  :)


That is one cool looking logout dialog box  ;)


Scripts / Re: sl - A better ls
« on: March 27, 2017, 07:54:09 PM »
It happens  :D

And here is some bonus for the fans of aliases  8)
VastOne is one of them  ;)

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alias cd='builtin cd "$@"; sl'


Scripts / Re: sl - A better ls
« on: March 27, 2017, 07:16:49 PM »
Nicely spotted Vasty  8)
By default 'sl' let the hidden files remain, well err, hidden  :D
This is to avoid cluttering the output.

However one can easily override this to view the hidden files. Just add the following to the config file '.sl.tcl'
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set SWITCH(ignore) 1

I've added this info to the original post.


Scripts / sl - A better ls
« on: March 27, 2017, 06:22:35 PM »
We being the terminal junkies use cli environment as much as possible and 'ls' is one of the essential tool we use to list files and directories.
Now here comes 'sl'. I call it a better ls. It's a simple script so nothing to install. Just Download sl and save it somewhere in your $PATH. Also Download sl.tcl, a sample configuration file, and save it with the name '.sl.tcl' in your $HOME directory.

To view the hidden files you'll need to add the following line to the config file '.sl.tcl'
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set SWITCH(ignore) 1

And yes 'sl' has a single dependency that you can easily install like this,

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sudo apt-get install tcl

That's it! Next time you want to use 'ls' just do 'sl' and I'm confident you'll love it  8)

The original intent of this post is to serve as the place-holder of this wonderful script as the original website is gone!


That's great  :)


Add following to your .bashrc,

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go2 () {
    /usr/lib/go2/ $*;
    if [ -e $GO2TMP ]; then
cd "$(cat $GO2TMP)"
rm $GO2TMP > /dev/null

Save the file and run,

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source $HOME/.bashrc

Try go2.


Scripts / Re: pmpm - Making Password Management Easy & Secure (V2)
« on: March 27, 2017, 05:45:54 PM »
Great! Thanks!


Yeah.. pretty sure I will not have to worry there..


I don't use "Go" myself so the alias works fine for me too. It removes an extra key press  ;)


Aye that works fine..


Great!!! Thanks for the testing work!!!
I'll update the script with an option to add website(s) to the white-list  8)


Any known reason why creating an alias

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alias go='go2'
would be a bad idea?  Thinking in terms of scripts or any other need for 'go'

If someone is using Go, then it might not be a great idea  :-\


It's so addictive you might stop using good old "cd"  8)


Hi there Vasty,
Open /etc/hosts.allow file and add,

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Where "" is the site that you want to allow (weather tab site for example). Save the file. Clear your browser's cache and try to open that site. Does this work? If it does then I'll add option to white-list sites in the script.


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