Workload Scheduler power users: You need rlwrap

If you use the Linux shell very much, you find its history functions very useful. You can recall previous commands very easily, just using the arrow keys.
If you use the Workload Scheduler command-line interfaces, conman and composer, you really miss the history. Sure there's the redo command, but its editing capability is limited to the last command you typed.

Trombone group music

  • DUBENSKY,Arcady (b. Vyatka, Russia, (now the Republic of Tatarstan) 15 Oct.1890; d.Tenafly, NJ.14 Oct. 1966)Concerto Grosso for Three Trombones and Tuba(1949)
  • “The Star-Spangled Banner” arranged by Master Sgt. Wes Ballenger.
  • “Overture to Candide” by Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Master Sgt. Wes Ballenger.
  • “A Simple Song” from Mass by Leonard Bernstein, arranged by Master Sgt. Wes Ballenger, featuring vocalist Staff Sgt. Jeremy Cady.
  • Oboo Clock

    ssh root@Oboo-Clock-69F0

    http://oboo-clock-69f0/clock.html

     

    Software repo:

    http://repo.getoboo.com/oboo-clock/packages/

    http://repo.getoboo.com/oboo-clock/packages/latest/

    Audio

    Enable Bluetooth speaker audio: gpioctl dirout-high 3

    Disable Bluetooth speaker audio: gpioctl dirout-low 3

    gpioctl dirout-low 41

    sleep 2

    gpioctl dirout-high 41

    sleep 2

    gpioctl dirout-low 41

    sleep 2

    gpioctl dirout-high 41

    sleep 2

    Print to SAMSUNG ML-3312ND

    To print to the SAMSUNG ML-3312ND you need:

    • Generic Linux drivers
    • SAMSUNG (now HP) Unified Linux printer drivers Print Driver (Driver) ver.V1.00.27.04 - Linux (MULTI LANGUAGE, 15.44 MB) 
    • CUPS

    Try these steps:

    1. Download and decompress ULD_V1.00.27.04.tar.gz
    2. Copy

      ./uld/x86_64/rastertospl
      to

      /usr/lib/cups/filter
      and set ownership, permissions, and SELinux context like the other filters in that directory

       

    3. Copy

      ./uld/noarch/share/ppd/Samsung_ML-331x_Series.ppd
      to

    Passmark results

    Highlights

    • PINTO: 1917.4 https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=94558028333
    • TEMPEST: 1794 https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=94558863192
    • AMX:

    Pinto

    PassMark Rating
        #1 - Z170 Gaming K6    5741
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        #3 - H97M-D3H    2604
        #4 - GA-78LMT-USB3 6.0    3064
        #5 - H81M-HD3    3941
        #6 - 0NJT03    2241
        This Computer    1917

    Building a bootable USB for Windows with UEFI and NTFS

    I found this procedure on the webs and used it slightly modified, as outlined below.

    Become root with sudo su -
    Insert the USB drive, and find its device name.

    lsblk
    
    sdk                 8:160  1  31.6G  0 disk
    └─sdk1              8:161  1  13.7G  0 part /run/media/gill/OCTD

    Unmount the partition.

    umount /dev/sdk1

    Run fdisk with the device name and remove existing partitions.