I’ve been using a slightly tweaked Gnome 3 for a while now. Before that, I was using the Awesome Window Manager and I was pretty fan of the key binding. In order to facilitate the transition, I tried to recreate them. The result is pretty good. I can navigate between my 9 different virtual desktops using the Windows(a.k.a SUPER) key+a number. Windows+f also works, it will turn on the Fullscreen mode for a given window. Years after the migration to Gnome, I still use the bindings intensively. The following script configures Gnome for with my configuration: https://gist.github.com/goneri/b57a96915ea4a98f81df3bb57a41913e
It creates 9 virtual desktops on one single monitor that I can reach using the Super+$number key binding, e.g: Windows+6. In addition, it also turns off the animations and the annoying alert sound.
I also use a couple of extensions:
Application volume mixer to be able to adjust my mic volume level during meeting link
Network stats to get some visibility on the network traffic link
Sound Output Device Chooser to be able to switch the sound output between my Bluetooth speaker and my headset. I use it several times every days, it’s super handy. link
I recently faced this error when trying to build an Elixir project.
== Compilation error in file lib/swoosh/adapters/xml/helpers.ex == ** (ArgumentError) lib file xmerl/include/xmerl.hrl could not be found (elixir 1.13.4) lib/record/extractor.ex:41: Record.Extractor.from_lib_file/1 (elixir 1.13.4) lib/record/extractor.ex:18: Record.Extractor.from_or_from_lib_file/1 (elixir 1.13.4) lib/record/extractor.ex:5: Record.Extractor.extract/2 lib/swoosh/adapters/xml/helpers.ex:5: (module) (elixir 1.13.4) lib/kernel/parallel_compiler.ex:346: anonymous fn/5 in Kernel.ParallelCompiler.spawn_workers/7 could not compile dependency :swoosh, "mix compile" failed. Errors may have been logged above. You can recompile this dependency with "mix deps.compile swoosh", update it with "mix deps.update swoosh" or clean it with "mix deps.clean swoosh"
If you can the error above on Fedora, you probably need to install the erlang-xmerl package.
By default, the firewall will prevent connection to your 0ad server. To adjust that, you need to open up the port 20595 (UDP). This three lines create a Firewalld service called 0ad, attach it to the default zone and reload the firewall:
$ sudo firewall-cmd --permanent --new-service=0ad --set-description="0ad, A free, open-source game of ancient warfare" --add-port=20595/udp
$ sudo firewall-cmd --zone=FedoraWorkstation --add-service=0ad --permanent
$ sudo firewall-cmd --reload