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byassine52 / .sublime-keymap
Created Jul 2, 2021
Sublime Text 3 - Plugin to "Open File by Path" quick access
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// Open File by Path shortcut //
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{ "keys": ["ctrl+shift+o"], "command": "open_file_by_path" },
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I have two user accounts set up on my mac. User drew I use for most things, but if I'm making a screencast I'll switch to the demo user. I know that the demo user has a clean desktop, and the font size is larger than usual in my terminal and text editors, making everything a bit more legible when capturing the screen. When I record a screencast as the demo user, I save the file to /Users/Shared/screencasts. As I understand it, the /Users/Shared directory is supposed to be accessible to all user accounts on the mac. If I created and saved a screenflow document as the demo user, I should be able to read and write that file when logged in as user drew.

That was the theory, but it didn't always work out that well in practice. I would occasionally find that a directory was only writable by one user or the other. Perhaps I'd open a screenflow document as user drew and attempt to export the video to the same directory, only to find that the directory was owned by demo, meaning that I couldn't cr

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byassine52 / aria2.conf
Created Jun 1, 2021 — forked from qzm/aria2.conf
Best aria2 Config
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### Basic ###
# The directory to store the downloaded file.
dir=${HOME}/Downloads
# Downloads the URIs listed in FILE.
input-file=${HOME}/.aria2/aria2.session
# Save error/unfinished downloads to FILE on exit.
save-session=${HOME}/.aria2/aria2.session
# Save error/unfinished downloads to a file specified by --save-session option every SEC seconds. If 0 is given, file will be saved only when aria2 exits. Default: 0
save-session-interval=60
# Set the maximum number of parallel downloads for every queue item. See also the --split option. Default: 5
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byassine52 / no_automount
Last active Feb 1, 2020 — forked from voltechs/no_automount
Add volume (UUID) to fstab to prevent automount (macOS)
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#!/usr/bin/env ruby
# Usage: no_automount /Volumes/My\ Disk
diskinfo = `diskutil info '#{ARGV[0]}'`.gsub("\n\n", "\n").split("\n").collect do |b|
b.strip.split(/:\s+/)
end.to_h
disk_uuid = diskinfo['Volume UUID']
disk_type = diskinfo['Type (Bundle)']
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byassine52 / gitaliases.md
Created Feb 13, 2018 — forked from nickcheng/gitaliases.md
git aliases for ignoring files locally.
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git config --global alias.ignore 'update-index --skip-worktree'
git config --global alias.unignore 'update-index --no-skip-worktree'
git config --global alias.ignored '!git ls-files -v | grep "^S"'

Ref: https://stackoverflow.com/posts/39086325/revisions

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byassine52 / dropbox_git.md
Created Jun 7, 2017 — forked from trey/dropbox_git.md
Using Dropbox to Share Git Repositories
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Using Dropbox to Share Git Repositories

First, create a Git subfolder inside your Dropbox folder. Then you can share the individual projects inside that folder with whomever you want (or just use it for instant offsite backups).

From inside a Git project:

git clone --bare . ~/Dropbox/Git/gitproject.git
git remote add dropbox ~/Dropbox/Git/gitproject.git

When you're ready to push:

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# Install tmux on Centos release 6.5
# install deps
yum install gcc kernel-devel make ncurses-devel
# DOWNLOAD SOURCES FOR LIBEVENT AND MAKE AND INSTALL
curl -OL https://github.com/downloads/libevent/libevent/libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
tar -xvzf libevent-2.0.21-stable.tar.gz
cd libevent-2.0.21-stable
./configure --prefix=/usr/local
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byassine52 / dabblet.css
Created Feb 17, 2012
The first commented line is your dabblet’s title
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/**
* The first commented line is your dabblet’s title
*/
background: #f06;
background: linear-gradient(45deg, #f06, yellow);
min-height: 100%;