Manipulate X clipboard from terminal using xclip utility which is a command line interface to X selections to easily copy and paste text from terminal to GUI applications.
I have already described how to disable the touchpad when an external mouse is connected using the udev device manager, but today I want to share a simple shell script that I am using on Dell XPS 13 to disable/enable the touchpad using a single keyboard shortcut.
Recently I needed to update integrated Intel graphics drivers to gain access to more recent OpenGL extensions. Packages available by default in base system do not provide such functionality, so I used Updated and Optimized Open Graphics Drivers as it is built almost simultaneously with the latest updates.
I unconsciously keep my thumbs on built-in touchpad, so I decided to use external mouse and automatically disable touchpad for the time mouse is connected.
I have recently switched to OpenBox, so today, I will use dynamic menus to integrate Firefox bookmarks with an existing OpenBox menu.
End of the year is the best time to reinstall operating system and change encryption keys due to couple of additional free days at home so today I will shortly present my setup.
A couple of days on the road made me realize that I need a simple desktop utility that will download files when I sleep.
Today I went almost crazy because of automatic mounting and opening of the removable storage devices, fortunately this behavior can be quickly changed by the use of thunar-volman-settings command.