Filelight to check disk usage

Filelight is a great application to see instantly your computer’s disk usage. With few clicks you can check where are the biggest files and directories and clean what you want to save disk space.

Black image with skype for linux on macbook and ubuntu

This kernel module enables the macbook webcam on linux. On my Ubuntu 20.04 Gnome Cheese works perfectly with the webcam. Skype for linux works also but the video shows the “facetimehd” camera name with a black image. The problem is…

Homebrew install on Catalina

Homebrew can be install easily on catalina: xcode-select –install Accept the installation of the command line developer tools. /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL )" Check the installation with: brew -v

Clamav for Nextcloud on Docker

I am using a Nextcloud docker container for several years on my own NAS to synchronize my files and stay away from dropbox, google drive, etc… I share this nextcloud installation with some family members and I want to make sure…

docker does not run on fedora 31

When installing docker-ce on fedora 31 it does not work out of the box as Fedora 31 uses cgroups v2 by default and docker doesn’t yet support cgroupsv2. To solve this, edit grub config: sudo gedit /etc/default/grub Add the parameter…

Plex error s4032 with firefox and fedora 31

After installing Fedora 31 I had some issues playing movies from Plex with the following error message: plex error s4032 (manifest) I solved the issue buy activating the RPM Fusion repositories: sudo dnf install {free/fedora/rpmfusion-free,nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree}-release-$(rpm -E %fedora).noarch.rpm and installing ffmpeg compat libs:…

Signal. Secure messaging application

Signal is a secured messaging application available for Android, iPhone, Windows, Mac and Linux. It provides a lot of features like disappering messaging, groups messages, end-to-end encryption for text and voice messages. And it is not owned by facebook 😉…

Ubuntu but not orange…

If you like ubuntu but can’t stand this orange/violet melting: sudo apt install vanilla-gnome-desktop Then you will get the vanilla gnome experience, more blueish.