Things I forget how to do in linux.
Some of these commands are supposed to be run sudo root, and each may irremediably fuck up your computer, your life, and everything you have ever loved. Then it might challenge you to a break dance battle, I dunno. It won’t be my fault.
Open a file in the GUI from the command line:
Of course! Why did I not realise that “open” is spelled “xdg”. For the curious, xdg stands for “Expect Delays Googling”, which is how you work out these unintuitive and unhelpful command names.
Must secure boot be disabled?
Xiao Guoan, a.k.a Linuxbabe, How To Switch Between Intel and Nvidia Graphics Card on Ubuntu.
For advanced and granular switching on an as-needed basis, try Configuring Ubuntu 16.04 for Optimus Laptops Using the Latest NVidia Proprietary Driver
Talking to windows filesystems
https://askubuntu.com/questions/92863/mount-ntfs-partition-at-startup-with-non-root-user-as-owner/517223#517223 http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/precise/man8/ntfs-3g.8.html http://www.tuxera.com/community/ntfs-3g-advanced/ownership-and-permissions/ http://askubuntu.com/a/74851