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eduncan911 / go-build-all
Last active Jul 23, 2021
Go Cross-Compile Script
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# GoLang cross-compile snippet for Go 1.6+ based loosely on Dave Chaney's cross-compile script:
# To use:
# $ cd ~/path-to/my-awesome-project
# $ go-build-all
eduncan911 / main.go
Created Jun 9, 2016
Labels in GoLang
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package main
import "fmt"
Here's a use of labels in Go to continue a for loop
from within another for and within a switch case.
func main() {
eduncan911 /
Last active Jun 21, 2021
Revert Gist Commits

Revert / Undo a Gist Commit

It was not exactly obvious. Here's how to revert a Gist commit!

Checkout the gist like a normal git repo:

# replace the Gist ID with your own
git clone

Treat it like a normal repo. Edit, force push, etc.


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eduncan911 / gnome-install-extensions
Last active Jul 25, 2019
Gnome: Manually add several Extensions (or, for those that don't trust browser extensions)
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#!/bin/bash -e
# A script to mass install Gnome extensions from a single folder.
# for global extensions, use /usr/share/gnome-shell/extensions/
eduncan911 /
Created Apr 2, 2020
Plex + Docker + Updated Chromecast Ultra Config
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Plex's profile for Chromecast is too conservative and only plays 1080p on
# the Chromecast Ultra UHD device (4k).
# This script will download an updated Chromecast definition and start a Plex
# docker container, binding a few local paths of where you run this script.
# You may want to refer to the Official Plex Docker repository and read the
# README text:
eduncan911 /
Last active Mar 19, 2021
Fixing Thermal Throttling on Thinkpad P1 and X1 Extreme - Linux Edition

Fixing Thermal Throttling on Thinkpad P1 and X1 Extreme - Linux Edition

Lenovo messed up with the X1E and P1 Gen 1 versions (and maybe later generations) in that the system boots with a thermal limit (aka Tjunction or tjmax) set to 82C (some report 80C). What this means is that regardless of power draw or under-volting settings, when your CPU hits 82C, it will drop the frequency down to the "Configurable TDP-down" frequency, or even lower. It will also may limits the system power draw.

Thermal Paste and Stress Testing