alt + space -> ‘Always on Top’: to pin a window/app
alt + F2： run a command quickly, without opening a terminal.
ctrl + L: browse with path string
ctrl + D: bookmark current directory
Preferences -> Shortcuts: view all terminal shortcuts
ctrl + alt + T: create a new terminal
CtrlV: copy and paste in terminal
ctrl + U: delete whole line
xkill: use cursor to select a window to kill.
PrtScrnto take a screenshot of the desktop.
alt + PrtScrnto take a screenshot of a window.
shift + PrtScrnto take a screenshot of an area you select.
You may set alias for frequently used commands. You can send alias to
echo "alias server='ssh user@<SERVER_IP>'" >> ~/.bashrc echo "alias mmlab='conda activate open-mmlab'" >> ~/.bashrc echo "alias project='cd /home/louis/my_project'" >> ~/.bashrc source ~/.bashrc
or directly edit the
.bashrc file, writting the alias at its end:
nano ~/.bashrc source ~/.bashrc
My problem is that I cannot open Pycharm and Ubuntu Software (snap) by clicking the icon. Below helps:
#sudo apt install snapd if `snap command not found` sudo snap remove snap-store sudo snap install snap-store