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The firefox tool send file to cloud.

This tool from Firefox team let you to send you upload and encrypt large files (up to 1GB) to share online.
This creates a link to pass along to whoever you want.
Just type : send.firefox.com into browser address bar and you will get a upload interface>
Each link created by Send will expire after 1 download or 24 hours, and all sent files will be automatically deleted from the Send server.
Also the Firefox Test Pilot send does not require an add-on, and can be used in any modern browser.

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News: Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” Cinnamon Edition.

The development team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 18.2 “Sonya” Cinnamon Edition.

System requirements:

  • 1GB RAM (2GB recommended for a comfortable usage).
  • 15GB of disk space (20GB recommended).
  • 1024×768 resolution (on lower resolutions, press ALT to drag windows with the mouse if they don’t fit in the screen).

Notes:

  • The 64-bit ISO can boot with BIOS or UEFI.
  • The 32-bit ISO can only boot with BIOS.
  • The 64-bit ISO is recommend for all modern computers (Almost all computers sold since 2007 are equipped with 64-bit processors).

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Fix the Chrome blocking downloads or seeing network errors.

This tool will fix some Chrome blocking downloads or seeing network errors.
First you need to restart Chrome – exit and relaunch Chrome, then try your download again.
Using settings make this steps by typing chrome://settings into chrome browser: Clear your cache and cookies.
Make sure you have the latest version of Chrome installed.
Try downloading the file in a Chrome incognito window. If you no longer see the error message, you might have an issue with a Chrome extension. Learn how to disable them here.
Try changing your download destination folder within Chrome.
Check to see if any antivirus or firewall programs on your computer may be blocking the download by turning them off temporarily. If you can download files when the firewall is off, you may need to create an exception in your antivirus or firewall settings.
Restart your router or internet connection.
Uninstall any recently installed programs, especially programs with names you do not recognize. Some malicious programs may intentionally cause conflicts in Chrome. Windows users: Try the Chrome Cleanup Tool.
Try downloading the file from another network connection.
Try downloading the file from another web browser like IE, Firefox, or Safari and see if you run into the same issue.
Create a new user profile. If you no longer see an issue with downloading files, your browser profile could be corrupt.
Try Chrome Canary (a newer version of Chrome under development) to download files.
Windows users: Try re-registering Windows’ urlmon.dll as described here.
As a last resort, Uninstall Chrome and reinstall the latest version of Chrome.

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Create bootable USB drives with UNetbootin.

The UNetbootin software allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for Linux distributions without burning a CD.
You can either let UNetbootin download one of the many distributions – most are old, see example of Fedora.
Using is simple loads distributions either by select an ISO file or a distribution to download
Select a target drive (USB Drive or Hard Disk), then start by select the USB Drive or Hard Disk by your hardware and then press OK button.
Note: Is not working every version of  UNetbootin but I tested in the past. If don’t work then try this tutorial.

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Linux: Display or change a pre-login message .

Open file /etc/issue and change the text:

You can use this to add some new infos or ascii image.
The images can be transform into ascii image by using convert image to ascii.
One example to convert a picture into ASCII TEXT,HTML is this website: picascii.com
The main problem can be if you have escape codes consist of a backslash (\) immediately followed by one of the letters explained below:

\b : Insert the baudrate of the current line.
\d : Insert the current date.
\s : Insert the system name, the name of the operating system.
\l : Insert the name of the current tty line.
\m : Insert the architecture identifier of the machine, eg. i486
\n : Insert the nodename of the machine, also known as the hostname.
\o : Insert the domainname of the machine.
\r : Insert the release number of the OS, eg. 1.1.9.
\t : Insert the current time.
\u : Insert the number of current users logged in.
\U : Insert the string “1 user” or “ users” where is the number of current users logged in.
\v : Insert the version of the OS, eg. the build-date etc.

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