Use this command to upgrade all packages in your local pip repository:
pip list --outdated --format=freeze | grep -v '^\-e' | cut -d = -f 1 | xargs -n1 pip install -U
NOTE: You have to substitute pip command with the full name of your installed pip version on NetBSD, like this: pip3.7
If you hit Ctrl-Z accidentally in emacs while using it in Xming under Windows, them emacs would be minimized and also frozen.
To recover maximize the window, then unmaximize.
So, you get your cursor back.
For addressbook use this format:
You find the CONTACTS_NAME in the NextClouds database's oc_addressbooks table. The column name is 'uri'.
For calendar use this one:
You find the CALENDAR_NAME in the NextClouds database's oc_calendars table. The column name is still 'uri'.
(require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa" . "http://melpa.org/packages/") t) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("gnu" .
Remember, the fonts should be installed either into the systems fonts repository or into ~/.fonts directory !
This is my ~/.spectrwm.conf
Save your settings, and run commands like this to install a single set to your system:
- save your settings first # tar -cvJp etc.tar.xz /etc
# tar -Jxvpf base.tgz -C / - do the same with other sets except for etc and xetc # etcupdate -av -s etc.tgz -s xetc.tgz
# postinstall fix
Then reboot to be on the safe side.
You have a machine (a master host) with several idividually installed packages. You want those packages to be rebuilt somewhere else (slave host). Do this:
1. On the master host #
pkg_info -Q PKGPATH -a > pkgs_i_want_to_have 2. Copy the generated file to the slave host, and issue as root:#
cat pkgs_i_want_to_have | (while read pp ; do cd /usr/pkgsrc/$pp ; make && make install ; done)
Simple enough, eh?