You want to get the profile photo of a friend.
The profile address is
https://www.facebook.com/%5Busername%5D . Visit
User info in JSON
https://graph.facebook.com/%5Busername%5D . Here you’ll get the user ID too.
Tip from here.
Here is the cure: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/download-statusbar/ (Download Statusbar).
“Written by two Debian developers — Raphaël Hertzog and Roland Mas — the Debian Administrator’s Handbook started as a translation of their French best-seller known as Cahier de l’admin Debian (published by Eyrolles). It’s a fantastic resource for all users of a Debian-based distribution. Accessible to all, this book teaches the essentials to anyone who wants to become an effective and independant Debian GNU/Linux administrator.” (source)
Read about it here (in Hungarian).
In Midnight Commander, you want to see the same folder in the other panel.
Alt + i
It can also be a good idea to run through the manual for more tricks: “
man mc” :)
intitle:"index of" +"last modified" +"parent directory" +description +.mp3
This will look for MP3 files. Try here.
After I upgraded Ubuntu to 12.04, I also updated mc from source. The current stable version is 126.96.36.199. However, these recent versions of mc introduced some novelties. For instance, using the old mc.ext files, they won’t open archives :(
Another novelty is that the folder of mc was moved from “
~/.mc” to “
~/.config/mc“. So I moved my
mc.ext file to the new location. I also had a symbolic link called “
bindings” that pointed to
mc.ext, it was moved too. Then I removed the obsolete folder
Now, update your mc.ext file to the new format in order to open archives:
cd ~/.config/mc mv mc.ext mc.ext.old cat mc.ext.old | sed 's|\(Open.*\)#\(.*\)$|\1/\2://|' > mc.ext
Restart mc and opening the archives should work now.
This tip is from here.
You want to set up a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Python) environment at home for testing purposes.
In addition, we want to create a
public_html directory in our HOME directory and we want to put our Python web scripts in there.
I suppose Apache2 is installed and works correctly. If you visit http://localhost/, you should see the text “It works!”.
Now, create the directory
~/public_html and put in this folder a basic
index.html file with some greetings context (like “<h1>hello from index.html<h1>”). Enable the user directories and restart the web server:
$ sudo a2enmod userdir $ sudo service apache2 restart
http://localhost/~%5Busername%5D/index.html. You should see the greetings.
Install and enable WSGI in user directories
Create the file
def application(environ, start_response): """"Simplest possible application object""" status = '200 OK' response_headers = [('Content-type', 'text/plain')] start_response(status, response_headers) return ['Hello, World!\n']
Point your browser to this file. It’s very likely that your browser will try to download this file, which means that WSGI is not yet configured.
Install the WSGI module and enable it in Apache2:
$ sudo apt-get install libapache2-mod-wsgi $ sudo a2enmod wsgi
/etc/apache2/apache2.conf and add this line to the end:
For each wsgi user on the system, add the following lines to the end of
WSGIDaemonProcess [user name] user=[user name] home=/home/[user name]/public_html <Directory /home/[user name]/public_html> WSGIProcessGroup [user name] </Directory>
Add the following lines to
/etc/apache2/sites-available/default above the closing
<Directory /home/*/public_html> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews ExecCGI AddHandler wsgi-script .wsgi Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory>
Restart Apache2 with “
sudo service apache2 restart” and point your browser to
hello.wsgi. It should work fine.
Get Flask work with Apache2 + mod_wsgi
Put in the ~/public_html/hello2.wsgi file the following:
from flask import Flask app = Flask(__name__) application = app # The trick is HERE! Add this extra line! @app.route("/") def hello(): return "Hello Flask!" if __name__ == "__main__": app.run()