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7 August 2022

31 July 2022

26 July 2022

  • 11:3411:34, 26 July 2022 diff hist +427 LibvirtVery important!!!! What is the point of creating a Network sub heading if people don't even know how to manage their virtual network adapters ? A link to the libvirt wiki is given so that people can easily delete/add/autostart/start/disable their virtual networks.

18 July 2022

16 July 2022

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3 July 2022

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30 June 2022

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1 June 2022

31 May 2022

  • 18:3918:39, 31 May 2022 diff hist +228 PolkitUndo revision 731192 by Lahwaacz (talk) No this is NOT a duplicate. People are not understanding how polkit works. They are just autostarting the polkit package instead of autostarting the path to their polkit agent. This change was made to make sure that newbies like me and others don't make the same mistake that I was doing. Tag: Undo

27 May 2022

  • 10:4410:44, 27 May 2022 diff hist +341 RofiIt is very important for people to know how to launch rofi. I was typing the "rofi" command in my terminal and then I learned that we need to use the "rofi -show run " command to launch rofi and ESC to exit out of rofi . Tag: Reverted

24 May 2022

  • 17:3317:33, 24 May 2022 diff hist +37 m Polkit→‎Autostart: This is just a minor edit I think is necessary because many polkit agents are stored in /usr/bin look above Tag: Reverted
  • 16:0116:01, 24 May 2022 diff hist +255 PolkitThis is very important and it also needed a seperate heading because many people don't understand that you need to add the path to your polkit agent when autostarting it. For ex - "exec --no-startup-id /usr/lib/xfce-polkit/xfce-polkit & " and NOT " exec xfce-polkit &"

22 May 2022

16 May 2022

  • 09:0709:07, 16 May 2022 diff hist +218 m Xinit→‎xinitrc: This is very important because although in the wiki it is already mentioned "ensure that the last if block in "/etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc" is present in your "~/.xinitrc"" many newbies don't understand where the if block ends and they get confused Tag: Reverted

14 April 2022

  • 09:3909:39, 14 April 2022 diff hist +148 Keyboard shortcuts→‎Enabling: I think it is important for newbies to understand that to enable sysrq key adding "sysctl kernel.sysrq=1" or doing ""echo "1" > /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq" is temporary and only works for current session. For permanent changes we should add "kernel.sysrq=1" to "/etc/sysctl.d/99-sysctl.conf" Tag: Reverted
  • 09:3309:33, 14 April 2022 diff hist −139 Keyboard shortcutsUndo revision 726411 by RounakDutta (talk) Tag: Undo
  • 09:3109:31, 14 April 2022 diff hist +139 Keyboard shortcuts→‎Enabling: I think it will be easier for people to understand that they need to add "kernel.sysrq=1" to "/etc/sysctl.d/99-sysctl.conf" for permanent changes as doing ""echo "1" > /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq" or "sysctl kernel.sysrq=1" is temporary and only works for the current session. Tag: Reverted
  • 09:0009:00, 14 April 2022 diff hist +65 SysctlI think it will be easier for newbies to understand that setting the value of /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq to "1" or doing "sysctl kernel.sysrq=1" is temporary and to preserve the changes after reboot they need to add "kernel.sysrq=1" to "/etc/sysctl.d/99-sysctl.conf" for permanent changes. It is not written properly in the wiki.