En agosto pasado (2020) se llevó a cabo la DebConf20, una conferencia específica de Debian y dentro de la misma hubo un track en español a modo de Mini DebConf.
I invite you to try Poda. I made this to find similar directories among multiple storage locations (or hampers as I call them in the program). The typical use case is to find out whether I find whether I have duplicate or similar directories in my laptop, the other laptop, NAS, flash drives, etc. I may have made a backup of a flash drive on my laptop and not sure what has changed where. Or even within the same storage!
[Update: There was a mistake in the use of
dirdupes.py below. A
sort filter was missing. It is now corrected.]
The way it works is that you first get the index of each hamper. For example, you may have four hampers:
Principalmente, esta actualización previene que IPv6 Toolkit sea eliminado de Bullseye, pues la compilación se había roto bajo el nuevo GCC 10.
Esta es la bitácora de cambios completa (en inglés):
Mainly, this update prevented it from being removed from Bullseye, as compilation broke under the new GCC 10.
This is the full changelog:
I extensively use the Xfce panel to monitor my system. I like having a picture of its state without having to launch any diagnostic tool. This proves to be quite useful! Also, should my computer experience a sudden problem and not respond anymore, I can glance at its last state before rebooting.
I have never liked the excess of colors that is present on the bar, though:
This takes away from noticing effortlessly whenever something out of the ordinary is occurring. So I put everything (or as much as possible) in gray shades. I managed to change its appearance quite easily: