composer – How to make laravel run automatically each time I open a new terminal?

I came from windows to Ubuntu and tried to install laravel following link I ended with the installer 1.4…. I don’t recall which one so I decided to use

composer global require "laravel/installer"

I ended with the installer 4.1.1 but if I close the terminal and open it again and run laravel it does not find the command. I found the following command searching for a solution PATH="~/.config/composer/vendor/bin:$PATH" I have to run this each time for the laravel command to work. Is there a permanent solution? I’m new to linux and I’m having so many issues and could not find a solution. I plan to update laravel but I cannot even get this running properly. Is there a better way? and would this affect my current project if I don’t run the mentioned command?

terminal – How to get rid of phantom directories /Volumes on a Mac?

I have a couple of different but related problems. 1st, I have an AppleScript that can mount only 10 of my 13 volumes. The 3 I cannot mount are named Data 1, Data 2, and Data 3. I renamed those 3 volumes and now my Applescript can mount all of them. Using AppleScript I executed set mountList to do shell script "ls /Volumes. When I displayed mountList, it correctly listed my 13 volumes (with the 3 new names). In AppleScript, I set thisDisk to “Data 1”. When I executed if thisDisk is in mountList then display dialog thisDisk, a Mac window displayed Data 1 even though there is no longer a volume named Data 1. Somehow, Data 1 both is, and is not, in the list of volumes. I think this conflict is why I had to change its name. How do I get rid of the phantom volumes Data 1, Data 2, and Data 3? I have volumes named Photo Data 1 (and 2 and 3) and I have no problem with them, so this problem is not related to the spaces in the names. Also, the Applescript used to work perfectly but I just erased some hard disks and created partitions using some of the erased names.

Second Problem. In Terminal when I execute ls /Volumes, it correctly lists the 13 volumes (with the 3 new names) but it includes a volume I no longer have named TTSS. How do I get rid of the phantom TTSS? I executed ls -l / grep Volumes and it tells me drwxrwxrwx+ 3 root wheel 96 Nov 17 2018 TTSS

I should mention that I barely understand terminal commands and AppleScript, so I will probably need step-by-step help.

command line – terminal can not open from desktop or power menu?

use to install python3.9 following the instructions of the next link (
unfortunately, I tried a non recommended field of code
(4.) (NOT Recommended) To use Python 3.9 as the default python3, run commands:
sudo update-alternatives –install /usr/bin/python3 python3 /usr/bin/python3.8 1
sudo update-alternatives –install /usr/bin/python3 python3 /usr/bin/python3.9 2
now i can’t run the terminal for either power menu or desktop, but its works from file.

PC Games – BloodRayne 2 – Terminal Cut [FitGirl Repack] | NulledTeam UnderGround

BloodRayne 2 – Terminal Cut (FitGirl Repack) | Size :4.77 GB
Title: BloodRayne 2: Terminal Cut
Date:20 Nov, 2020
Developer :Terminal Reality
Publisher : Ziggurat
Genre : :Action​

About This Game:

Enhanced and updated for modern systems, this is the definitive edition of Rayne’s second adventure: a blood-soaked rampage of vengeance against the Cult of Kagan, a group led by Rayne’s half-siblings that seek to carry out their father Kagan’s legacy by creating a new era of vampire supremacy.


System Requirements :
OS: Windows 8.1 or higher
Processor: Intel 4th Generation Core i3, i5, i7
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 520 or higher
Storage: 15 GB available space
Additional Notes: Optimized for XInput controllers (Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Game intro in Youtube

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productivity – Monitor your terminal / file change activity

I’m trying to monitor all my activity to optimize productivity and I’m wondering if a system already exists to do so or how to set one up otherwise.

For example, I want to record the programs I execute on the command line and then track the diffs to my files to see how many times I run certain tests and patterns of test updates and code rewriting.

Essentially, I just want to track what I’m doing and figure out how to do it faster.

One hypothesis is that the 2 seconds it takes to run my unit test actually turns into 20 seconds on average because I forget what I was going to do depending on the test output.

Any ideas on how to set this up?

mount – BigSur Kext’s mysteriously disappears in recovery terminal but shows up from user terminal

i noticed a strange behavior after upgrading to Big Sur on my INTEL cpu gpu MacBook 2015.

The below amd kext’s show up in /System/Library/Extensions while logged in as a regular user, but, they mysteriously dont show up when logged on from recovery terminal !!


I disabled System Integrity Protection (SIP) and mounted with the command mount -uw /, and searched for those entries in every possible extensions folder, but, they were gone via recovery terminal.

#Debugging Attempt #2:
This time, while my SIP was disabled, i enabled root login on my mac:

after logging in as root, i went back to /System/Library/Extensions and found entries to all those drivers. ls -l /System/Library/Extensions | grep AMD

sudo mount -uw /
led to error 66, unable to mount. permission denied

rm -rf <some_name>.kext resulted in read-only file system error

kextunload <some_name>.kext resulted in the same read only error

can anyone figure out:

  1. why are those drivers disappearing from recovery terminal

  2. why am i unable to delete those kext’s ?

  3. IMPORTANT: i noticed those drivers came back once while I had
    Catalina and i was able to successfully delete them. but after upgrading to BigSur, its not letting me delete the kext’s

terminal – Colour no longer working in vim

I’ve been using vim for as long as I can remember. Never had a problem, until lately. For no reason that I can see, colour has stopped working. First noticed it when editing a Tex file, and I note that indentation is no longer coloured.

color in vim

I can open my .zshrc file, and indeed any other file, and the same. No colour.

It’s vim 8.2.1900 running on a Mac Mini (10.15.7 (19H15)). I do not recall any destructive edits of my .vimrc file.

darren@mac ➜  ~  %{egrep "color|colour" .vimrc
ab cgfred <font color="red"></font>
ab cgfgreen <font color="green"></font>
ab cgfblue <font color="blue"></font>

Any ideas?

terminal – gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. É a resposta quando tento adicionar um repositorio no linux, como resolver?

Estou tentando executar o comando add-apt-repository ppa:linuxuprising/java
Mas estou recebendo a resposta abaixo
gpg: keybox ‘/tmp/tmpn8pp_nua/pubring.gpg’ created
gpg: /tmp/tmpn8pp_nua/trustdb.gpg: trustdb created
gpg: key EA8CACC073C3DB2A: public key “Launchpad PPA for Linux Uprising” imported
gpg: Total number processed: 1
gpg: imported: 1
gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.

Se alguem puder me ajudar agradeço muito mesmo de verdade.

command line – Deleted files by mistake , apps doesn’t open from terminal

Ubuntu 20.04

I deleted alot of files by mistake , after deletion , the background is changed , some user specified settings were set to it’s default , i cannot open any application from terminal , but the application folder are still available .
like anaconda ,
i type anacodna-navigator in terminal and the app isn’t found , given that it’s folder isn’t deleted