Got a tip on irc the other day, if mocp loads up but doesn't let you do anything then delete the cache in /home/user/.moc/cache. I started it up after that and it worked fine :)
Hey!I just started using MoC and am verry satisfied in general, but i have a problem listening to internet-radiostreams:in fact i just set up some scripts to play variuos stations directly from ob-menu and they look like this:#!/bin/bash
I recently used PC Tools Registry Mechanic on my computer to clear recent history, and whenever you use the program to clear your history, it removes your jumplists until the program in question is opened to regenerate them.
In the past, this has worked fine, but the last time I ran the program, the jumplists didn't come back for some of the programs.
I installed Linux Mint 14 about a year ago, and lately it started to run very slowly at times, and freeze at times. I did a new data backup with the backup tool, and did a fresh install, which almost worked- except Libre Office didn't work. I repeated the process, manually copying only unhidden files from my personal subdirectories (without the "." prefix), and it worked fine.
I'm experiencing a strange behaviour of my Note 3 (SM-N9005 - stock KK 4.4.2 - XXUFNG2 - not rooted). As you can see in the attached image, the cache size is 1,47 TB!!! Going deeper into this, I found out that it is related to three apps, each with more or less 500 GB of cache.
When I use disk usage analyzer and scan my home folder .cache always shows up with a decent bit of things in it. Would it be okay for me to delete the contents of this folder or would it damage something?
I need to mount a tmpfs on a folder like /home/mysite.com/cache but this folder can be delete or changed by a user, but I don't want that the mounted filesystem become broken.
Then if the user moves this folder to /home/mysite.com/cache_old and recreate a folder /home/mysite.com/cache, the mount point (with tmpfs) stays ready.
Also, even this folder doesn't exists at the start of the system, the