Inkcut Installation on Linux
Inkcut is a plugin for Inkscape, which allows using plotters to cut vectors. There’s usually a lack of short guides on how to set up this neat little plugin, e.g. when new faces show up in the local hackspace and want to plot something. Most of them (like me) are too lazy or hot-headed to spend a reasonable amount of time looking for documentation online.
I wrote a few lines down when I was still a member and figured I will just leave them here.
I recently had to quickly set up a new workstation and wanted to stick to my beloved Linux distribution: Arch Linux. Although it is my default Linux distribution, I still can’t set it up without some reading in the Wiki again and some spare hours. So I decided to try out “Arch Anywhere” (now Anarchy Linux because, you know, trademarks), which provides a more sophisticated install medium.
Since it provides an additional package repository, it calls itself a Linux “distribution”.
Creating Samba shares with Arch Linux
I recently installed a new Arch Linux system to replace an older one. I was in need of providing that Samba share again to access some files from a Windows PC.
Setting up Samba on Arch Linux is pretty easy:
» pacaur -S samba [...] » cp /etc/samba/smb.conf.default /etc/samba/smb.conf » sudo vim /etc/samba/smb.conf I disabled the printer sharing and other examples, and added the following share to the end of the config file:
There is no valgrind for armv5te
For those who were wondering like me: There is no valgrind for armv5te, and there will probably never be.
Has “https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=248998 ARMv5 and v6 support” been incorporated into release 3.8.1 so that support is now available for ARMv5 and ARMv6.
No. ARMv7 is the minimum. ARMv5/v6 is not supported by 3.8.1, and probably will not be supported for a long time. ARMv5 lacks reasonable hardware instruction support for threads.