Variety will stop working on Linux. This is noticeable when the background hasn’t changed in a while.
TL;DR rename ~/.config/variety to anything else then restart Variety. This will require you to reset all the parameters, but Variety should start correctly after doing this.
Variety can be started from the command line by typing “Variety” Errors should then be displayed to the consoled.
Example error: Error: free(): invalid pointer
This error was fixed with the above steps.
to format for a 12-hour clock format, in the
clock_filter section, replace %H:%M with %I:%M %p.
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These steps show how to install a Bitnami application on a Linux server. In this case an
AWS Lightsail server that was deployed as a Bitnami WordPress instance.
At the time of this writing, this server was running the following Bitnami applications:
WordPress Mantis *DokuWiki
*Note: the steps below show how DokuWiki was installed. Step 1
Bitnami application you want to install
Copy the Linux Bitnami stack link and run the following
Download the application
Make download executable
$chmod +x ./bitnami-dokuwiki-20180422b-10-module-linux-x64-installer.run
Bitnami installation folder
When prompted for the folder containing the Bitnami installation type:
/opt/bitnami MySQL password
When prompted for “root” mysql password use he password found in
/home/bitnami/bitnami_credentials. Accessing the application
If this is an Apache installation, the installer will configure apache automatically. In this case the accessible URL is:
Create a file of 500MB in Windows
fsutil file createnew [filename] [bytes]
fsutil file createnew output.file.dat 53687091200
Create a file of 256M in Linux
dd if=[input] of=[output] bs=[bytes] count=[blocks]
dd if=/dev/zero of=output.file.dat bs=256M count=1