Anjuta overwriting Nautilus

For some reason Anjuta decided to overwrite Nautilus for all file operations on my Arch Linux box. Every time I’d try to open a file or folder Anjuta would pop up instead. Fortunately, the fix is easy, just run the command shown below. This will default file operations back to Nautilus.

How to change the default web port on unRAID

You can easily change the default web port for unRAID from port 80 to something you like by changing the “go” file in “/boot/config/”. In the example above I changed my unRAID to listen on “8008” instead of the default “80”. You will have to restart your unRAID server to apply the change.

How to change your MikroTik router’s name

Via Web or WinBox System > Identity If you prefer the Terminal [admin@oldname] > system identity print [admin@oldname] > system identity set name=newname [admin@oldname] > system identity print

Deluge Error. No module named gobject

I just installed Deluge on Archlinux but the GUI kept failing to come up with  “No module named gobject”. This happens because installing just the deluge package does not meet all the dependencies required to run the GUI. Install “python-gobject2” and “pygtk” packages to satisfy the dependencies and Deluge will run fine. $pacman -Sy python-gobject2 pygtk

Spotify won’t play local files on Linux

I’m running Spotify version 0.9.4.183-1 and  local mp3 files don’t play anymore. All I get from the logs is “15:58:39.156 I [audio_driver_linux.cpp:18 ] Using PulseAudio”, no proper error message 🙁 After some googling, the fix was simple enough. Install the “ffmpeg-compat” package from the office repo. sudo pacman -S ffmpeg-compat Restart spotify and your local mp3…