Tags: code, formatting, language, wordpress
When I post the contents of a configuration file or want to write a command, I prefer the text to have the appropriate formatting. Enclosing the text in [cоde][/cоde] tags is a well known feature of WordPress, however I keep forgetting some of the options.
Therefore, I am going to paste the parameters from the link above, listing them for my future reference: Continue Reading Code formatting in WordPress…
Tags: cron, crontab, ext4, fstrim, fstrimDaemon, SSD, trim, XFS
I use XFS for my SSD and the partitions are mounted with default settings in
/etc/fstab. Instead of using the
discard option, I decided to set the
fstrim command running as a
cron job. As a side note, other filesystems that support trimming listed in the Arch Wiki are: Btrfs, Ext4, JFS.
Continue Reading SSD trimming as a cron job…
Tags: discard, error, ext4, ext4_find_entry, filesystem, fstab, noatime, relatime, SSD, trim, unable to read itable block
One of my PCs has a 60.0 GB Corsair Force GT SandForce Driven SSD. When I bought it, I read a bit about SSDs and I set several options in my
/etc/fstab. However, whenever copying some big files, the system seemed to hang for a while. In other cases, the it would just crash, killing X and leaving me in the console, but even shutting down was not possible. It would spit out errors, containing stuff like: Continue Reading SSD trouble…
Tags: noatime, relatime, SSD, trim, XFS, xfs_db, xfs_fsr, xfs_repair
Tags: CSL, references, zotero
I type my text in LibreOffice and use Zotero to take care of the references. Zotero has a list of many different citation styles, which likely already includes the one for the journal you are submitting your manuscript to. Continue Reading Visual CSL editor…