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Installed Debian on Acer Aspire One 522 netbook

March 1, 2015

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My mother has an Acer Aspire One 522 netbook (as for the post title) and used it to surf the net and play some Facebook games… until it fell hard while it was on, and it wouldn’t boot any more: it would get stuck on the boot screen where you can tap F2 to enter […]

Debian jessie XFCE hang on login [solved]

September 7, 2014

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Today I had a nasty surprise when turning on my computer: when I tried to login, it hanged while closing the login screen, and my desktop didn’t appear. So I started troubleshooting. Using Ctrl-Alt-F1 I tried to login from text console, and it worked. From there, I was able to run a desktop session with […]

Encrypting data on USB flash drives with LUKS

August 25, 2011

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I wanted to explore a different way to encrypt data on portable USB flash drives other than Truecrypt, so I checked what could be done with Linux Unified Key Setup (LUKS). LUKS is an encryption method that is implemented on Linux by “cryptsetup” package, and on Windows by¬†FreeOTFE. It encrypts a partition or a file […]

Changing amixer volume with mouse buttons

July 12, 2011

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I have a multi-button mouse (the Trust MI-2950R) with left and right wheel tilt, back and forward thumb buttons and a couple zoom buttons. I want to use them efficiently, and in my case, since I rarely use the horizontal scrolling, I wanted to map on the left-right wheel tilt another function that I use […]

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