Just use netcfg, no need to touch wpa_supplicant or another low-level tool yourself.
Change thermal paste?
ncdu has an exclude feature.
Well, it’s wireless, so… Have you tried another channel? Moving the antenna? A bigger antenna? (What does “iwconfig | grep Quality” report?) Does it work fine under another OS?
Yes, mount your slow usb devices with the “flush” option. (See man mount)
I’ve had Thunar 1.6 crash on me too, but with the en_GB.UTF-8 locale, so I don’t know if it’s related.Since I dislike the changes made to thunar, I quickly downgraded to 1.4 which works fine.
$ g++ -o dialogs dialogs.cpp `wx-config --libs --cxxflags`
dialogs.cpp:28:25: fatal error: ../sample.xpm: No such file or directory
iptables -A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-proto-unreachAnything below this in the INPUT chain is going to be ignored...This script looks like a mess.
Hi,I read the sources of netcfg, and there’s something I didn’t get. Why wpa_supplicant is always used even to join wep network? Isn’t it confusing?EDIT: here’s a line to prove my sayinghttps://projects.archlinux.org/netcfg.g … reless#n19