Installed Slackware on Acer Aspire One
4.4.14-smp #2 SMP Fri Jun 24 14:44:24 CDT 2016 i686 Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N270 @ 1.60GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux
1 Gb ram
[mark@archer72:~ ] $ free total --mega total used free shared buff/cache available Mem: 1009 172 376 0 459 692 Swap: 1048 0 1048
Runs a little warm
[mark@archer72:~ ] $ sensors coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Core 0: +45.0 ℃ (crit = +90.0 ℃)
Ignore lid switch
echo on >/sys/bus/acpi/drivers/button/$PLATFORM\:00/power/control
Or in this case
echo on > /bus/acpi/drivers/button/LNXPWRBN\:00/power/control
Clear screen in BASH
Enter in ~/.bashrc the line:
bind -x $'"\C-l":clear;'
Not working between reboots
If you always want the content of your .bashrc file processed, you can add the following lines to your .bash_profile file, creating that file if it does not already exist:
if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then . ~/.bashrc fi
Per its man page, bash "[...] looks for ~/.bash_profile, ~/.bash_login, and ~/.profile, in that order, and reads and executes commands from the first one that exists and is readable." Conventions and policies of your local system will determine which, if any, of these files already exist.
A word of caution: be aware that creating a new .bash_profile in your home directory could have the unintended side-effect of preventing the reading and executing of commands in a .bash_login or .profile file already present, changing further the behavior of subsequent logins.
Change lilo menu timeout to 5 seconds
. . # This is given in tenths of a second, so 600 for every minute: # timeout = 1200 timeout = 50 . .
Add custom bash prompt.
PS1=""[\d \t \u@\h:\w ]" $ " [Sat Feb 05 18:11:15 mark@archer72:~ ] $
For a more concise prompt:
PS1="[\u@\h:\w ] $ [mark@archer72:~ ] $
Not authorized to control networking
sudo usermod -G netdev -a yourusername