Put this line into your ~/.shrc:
export PS1="$(echo -e "\033[31m$(whoami)\033[00m@$(hostname -s): \$PWD $") "
Change coloring as you wish by tuning \e[31m and \e[00m parts.
For color codes and further information see the link attached.
poweroff command simply doesn't run shutdown scripts. It causes several dirty killing of running processes, etc.
# shutdown -p now
If you have an operating ACPI subsystem, give this a try to set your screen brightness:
1. Check the actual value:
# sysctl -a | grep bright
2. Set the relevant sysctl parameter. Mine looks like this (default value is 100):
# sysctl -w hw.acpi.acpiout1.brightness=110
1. Download the CA certificate in PEM format
If it was not available in PEM, then determine which format it is (here: DER), then convert it:
$ openssl x509 -in ca-cerificate-file.crt -inform DER -out ca-cerificate-file.pem -outform PEM
2. Check the fingerprint
$ openssl x509 -noout -fingerprint -in ca-certificate-file
3. Copy the CA cert frile into /etc/openssl/certs folder
Then cd there.
When you experience problems building libxml2 or any other ports depending on it (e.g. libreoffice), see the error message of the compiler. If it contains undefined reference 'lzma_auto_compress', then simply remove lzma and lzmalib packages from the system and continue the build process.
Reason: The base system contains lzma library, and the uncompatible package version supresses if installed.