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

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

A solution to «cannot find signatures with metadata for snap» in Ubuntu

Last week I tried to update my Obsidian app from an Ubuntu machine and I got the following error message: ❯ sudo snap install obsidian_0.15.9_amd64.snap A way to fix this issue is by using the –dangerous modifier. ❯ sudo snap install –dangerous obsidian_0.15.9_amd64.snap

Pentest web checklist with Obsidian

If you are looking for a checklist for your pentest web, you can try this one. It is a checklist created by six2dez. In this GitHub repository, you’ll find this and many other resources for your pentests. Check it out!  The way I use it is with Obsidian as a template. In Obsidian, I create a new file and insert this checklist as a template. I use the key-binding ⌘ T