Setting Up Bluetooth on EndeavourOS: A Quick Guide

I had to set up Bluetooth on my EndeavourOS (an Arch-like distro), and here’s how I did it: Check the Bluetooth service status: $ sudo systemctl status bluetooth.service   This command will display the current status of the Bluetooth service. Start and enable the Bluetooth service: $ sudo systemctl start bluetooth.service  $ sudo systemctl enable bluetooth.service   These command activates the Bluetooth service and ensures that it starts automatically when

Obsidian – How to detect and delete orphan notes and attachments

One functionality I miss in Obsidian is the possibility that automatically when you delete a note that includes an attached file and this file is not used in any other note, you had the possibility to delete that file.This way wouldn’t have a bunch of files that are not linked to any other note and just consume space in your folders. After searching a bit I’ve found a pair of

SSH port forwarding in short

SSH Local port forwarding $ ssh -L username@bastion SSH Reverse port forwarding $ ssh -R local_ip:local_port:target_ip:target_port username@local_ip SSH Dynamic Port Forwarding $ ssh -D username@bastion Useful options and tips in SSH port forwarding sessions -f: This option requests SSH to go into the background just before it executes the command. This is commonly used when you want to set up port forwarding without opening an interactive shell session.

BurpSuite ARM64 on Linux using a Macbook M1 Pro

Portswinger has introduced at last an ARM64 version of Burp Suite. From now on it should be possible to install into the new Macbooks.There is no need to keep using that horrible jar version… Let’s try it out. $ chmod +x $ sudo ./ The install path by default will be /opt/BurpSuiteCommunityKeep enabled the option to create a symlink at /usr/local/bin Once finished my Kali is able to find

Oh my Tmux! mapsheet

This weekend I installed again OhmyTmux! in my laptop and I’ve created a small mindmap to help me remember the bindings. Maybe it can help others, so I share it here.

Fixed – [oh-my-zsh] Can’t update: not a git repository.

This week I upgraded my Macbook to the latest version and since the update, I realized that every time I opened a new terminal I had this warning issue from Oh-my-Zsh. [oh-my-zsh] Can’t update: not a git repository. If you search a bit, there are several messages explaining that this error may be due to the application folder has been messed up and the .git folder being lost. It wasn’t

How to fix – Warning apt-key is deprecated

Last week I tried to install Ulauncher into a Linux Mint 21 freshly installed. After installing Ulauncher using: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:agornostal/ulauncher && sudo apt update && sudo apt install ulauncher I got this error: «Warning apt-key is deprecated«. After some Googling, I found this that help me to fix it. Fixing process: $ sudo apt-key list Now, we need to remember the last 8 Hexa digits (99503176) of the corresponding

Obsidian – «EMFILE: too many open files» after upgrading to Obsidian 0.15.6

After the last Obsidian upgrade to 0.15.6 in my Ubuntu 22.04 TLS with KDE, I got a message «EMFILE: too many open files» when trying to run the application whatever vault I tried to open. After searching a bit, I found this webpage where there is a workaround than can used to run Obsidian in the meantime the issue is fixed. You just have to increase the max_user_instances in the

VMware – Cannot open dev-vmmon – No such file or directory» error – Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

After an update for my Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, a new kernel was installed and again VMWare Workstation 16 could not start my Kali VM machine. I got a vmmon error: I’ve been an alternative solution to this problem more than the small workaround of modifying the default kernel to start in the Grub menu.After some Googling I found this script that worked fine. The script is pretty simple to

NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID in Chrome like browsers on Mac OS

Have you ever found a website showing you a NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID error in a Chrome-like broswe (Google Chrome, Chromium, Brave…) in Mac OS?There is no option to accept the risk and continue… There is a nice trick that will let you access it. Ensure the website is selected and type: thisisunsafeThe page will instantly load. Trick found here.