linux shell argument list too long rsync or cp

I needed to copy files generated by doxygen from one directory into another for a large opensource C++ project. Sadly there were too many files in the directory, so bash started complaining ūüôĀ cp and rsync died out with the error of argument list too long. initially I figured I could generate it all from […]

Mount HTC one M8 system partition as read write

So why cant you write to system partition on HTC devices even after rooting? it’s because they are S-ON by default.¬†which means that neither can you access certain areas of the system nor can you guarantee a permanent root. S-OFF means that the NAND part of the device is unlocked and can be written to.¬†S-ON […]

Find out whats taking up all the hdd space

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Start Xvfb on boot on Centos Linux

Xvfb or X virtual framebuffer X virtual framebuffer is a display server using the X11 protocol. In contrast to other display servers, it performs all graphical operations in memory without showing any screen output. which makes it ideal for some surprising uses. e.g.

(above snippet via Wikipedia) I had to run xvfb automatically on boot on […]

Windows clean up multiple partitions via CLI

I had to install a new copy of windows, sadly the USB drive at hand had about 11 small partitions on it due to some earlier work. When I tried formatting it, it formatted only one part of it and was annoying in general… when I checked disk management, I was only able to delete […]