Generating QR Code from Linux command line

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To generate QR Code from Linux command line you can use qrencode tool. Use-case: * transfer config/text files from Linux machine to mobile phone * transfer config/text files from Linux machine when it is not possible to directly copy it (i.e. SSH session inside remote RDP session where copy to clipboard is disabled) Installation: dnf… Continue reading Generating QR Code from Linux command line

Enable hibernation on Fedora Linux

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Enable hibernation To enable hibernation (suspend to disk) on Fedora Linux follow below steps: Get path to your current SWAP partition: sudo blkid | grep swap Edit /etc/default/grub file and put resume= parameter at the end of line containing GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX string. Assuming that SWAP partition path is located at /dev/mapper/linux_vg-swap, the resume= parameter should look… Continue reading Enable hibernation on Fedora Linux

Linux & Android - copy files using ADB instead of MTP

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When using MTP is too slow or is totally not working, you can use ADB to copy files from/to your Android phone via USB cable. Install Android tools on Fedora: yum install android-tools Enable debug USB mode on Android phone Connect your Android phone to PC via USB cable List connected Android devices, should show… Continue reading Linux & Android - copy files using ADB instead of MTP