Do you ever move your Chromebook place to place with a variety of display / monitor arrangements? I do. So I wanted a shortcut to the Display settings.
This probably won’t work in your browser as a link from this page. Just copy this link and paste it into your browser or create a bookmarks bar shortcut.
I leave the Name blank so there will be just a gear icon with no text in the bookmarks bar.
You can also use:
Whatever is faster or easier for you.
If you ever need a quick way to get to windows update, create a shortcut to this:
The keyxl page keeps dropping for me so I am cross posting this handy list here: http://www.keyxl.com/aaaf192/83/Linux-Bash-Shell-keyboard-shortcuts.htm
Bash Shell Keyboard Shortcuts
|Ctrl + A||Go to the beginning of the line you are currently typing on|
|Ctrl + E||Go to the end of the line you are currently typing on|
|Ctrl + L||Clears the Screen, similar to the clear command|
|Ctrl + U||Clears the line before the cursor position. If you are at the end of the line, clears the entire line.|
|Ctrl + H||Same as backspace|
|Ctrl + R||Let’s you search through previously used commands|
|Ctrl + C||Kill whatever you are running|
|Ctrl + D||Exit the current shell|
|Ctrl + Z||Puts whatever you are running into a suspended background process. fg restores it.|
|Ctrl + W||Delete the word before the cursor|
|Ctrl + K||Clear the line after the cursor|
|Ctrl + T||Swap the last two characters before the cursor|
|Esc + T||Swap the last two words before the cursor|
|Alt + F||Move cursor forward one word on the current line|
|Alt + B||Move cursor backward one word on the current line|
|Tab||Auto-complete files and folder names|
Whether you’re running Kubernetes yourself, using our Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)managed service, or using Anthos, you need visibility into your environment, and you need to know how to secure it. To help you on your way, there are two new educational resources to teach you application observability and security best practices for using Kubernetes at scale.
Did you know you can make the light version of the Citrix Workspace App a.k.a. HTML5 the default and only client option in Citrix Cloud?
Check out the documentation here:
First, go to your citrix.cloud.com admin page and go to the Hamburger (three line) menu icon:
Then Select Workspace configuration:
Under Workspace Configuration Select Customize and then select Preferences.
Now you can select how users will connect. The selections look like this:
You can select:
- In a browser
- In a Native App
- Let the Users Choose
The “In a browser” option matches up to the “light version” option on the Citrix Workspace (app that was formerly known as Receiver) interface. Historically this was the HTML5 option.
Now users will either choose for themselves or you as the administrator can force HTML5, or the full Workspace App.
Here is the beginning of the new cloud content. I can’t believe this site is 20 years old.