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How to max speed mouse ubuntu 19

Run in terminal xinput –list –short and find your mouse id (for me id=12) Run in terminal xinput –list-props 12 (change 12 for the right id) Find the id for the property Device Accel Constant Deceleration (for me 262) Run in terminal xinput –set-prop 12 262 0.1 (change 12 and 262 for the correct id) The last number (0.1) is the important value. The smaller the number the faster your…

How To Start/Stop/Restart Cron Service In Linux Centos 8

Start/Stop/Restart cron service in Redhat/Fedora/CentOS 7/8 If you are using Redhat/Fedora/CentOS Linux login as root and use the following commands. systemctl stop crond.service systemctl restart crond.service systemctl start crond.service Start cron service To start cron service, enter: /etc/init.d/crond start Or service crond start Stop cron service To stop cron service, enter: /etc/init.d/crond stop Or service…

How To Set Or Change A Hostname In CentOS 7

Introduction A hostname is simply the name a server goes by on the network. Setting a unique hostname is an excellent way to quickly find and identified different servers on your network. There are three 3 types of hostnames. The static hostname is the most important one, and it’s stored in the /etc/hostname file. This hostname is used among machines to…