It can’t be done with virt-manager. That one took me a while to figure out. As far as I can tell, virt-manager works with storage pools. You can make a disk into a storage pool, but you can’t add an existing disk directly to a VM.
If you’re using the Vim editor, like me, here is another option to automatically run commands (like compilers) when you save a file.
I use this little shell script to automatically compile my latex files when I save them. You can use it to run any command(s) when you save any file.
I’m going paranoid. That’s why I’ve decided to host my email myself and not rely on (and have to trust) a third party like Google / Gmail. Being my own sysadmin, however, it has now become my responsibility to keep my data safe so I decided I need some off-site backup system in place.
Personally, I can’t stand it that my iPhone starts syncing every time I plug it in. I want to have it in my dock all the time and take it out when someone calls. What I don’t want, is that iTunes start syncing when I put it back in the dock.
After figuring out how you publish a gem, I have made (cut) my first one! In a previous post I talk about using fsevents gem to monitor directory changes. I have now polished it up and bundled it as a gem and published it to gemcutter. You can now:
It is always nice to spare mouse clicks. For instance, when I download an nzb file with Safari, I want it to automatically be opened in NZB Drop. But Safari does not consider nzb files to be “safe” so you have to open it yourself. Blech!