imapsync bulk copy not copying first account in list

Ran into an issue where it looked like imapsync would fail to connect to the server on the first line when trying to do a bulk move.;;password1;;;password2

Was able to work around the issue by Adding a comment line to the top of the file. May have to do with how the script I was using handles the lines.

### Email Import list;;password1;;;password2

Script used to copy

# $Id:,v 1.6 2015/11/04 18:23:04 gilles Exp gilles $ 
#Example for imapsync massive migration on Unix systems.
#See also
Data is supposed to be in file.txt in the following format:
host001_1;user001_1;password001_1;host001_2;user001_2;password001_2; … 
#Separator is character semi-colon ";" it can be changed by any character changing IFS=';' in the while loop below.
# Each line contains 6 columns, columns are parameter values for
--host1 --user1 --password1 --host2 --user2 --password2
and a trailing empty fake column to avoid CR LF part going
in the 6th parameter password2. Don't forget the last semicolon.
# You can add extra options after the variable "$@" Use character backslash \ at the end of each supplementary line, xcept for the last one. You can also pass extra options via the parameters of this script since they will be in "$@" The credentials filename "file.txt" used for the loop can be renamed by changing "file.txt" below. echo Looping on account credentials found in file.txt
{ while IFS=',' read  h1 u1 p1 h2 u2 p2 fake
        { echo "$h1" | egrep "^#" ; } > /dev/null && continue # this skip commented lines in file.txt
        echo "==== Starting imapsync from host1 $h1 user1 $u1 to host2 $h2 user2 $u2 ===="
         imapsync --host1 "$h1" --user1 "$u1" --password1 "$p1" \
                  --host2 "$h2" --user2 "$u2" --password2 "$p2" \
                  "$@" --delete2
         echo "==== Ended imapsync from host1 $h1 user1 $u1 to host2 $h2 user2 $u2 ===="
} < ${file}

Firefox performance improvements for Linux

Bunch of tweaks and enhancements are on the arch wiki

Two specific ones that can help with performance are enabling OMTC and WebRender

Open up Firefox and about:config

Search for “layers.acceleration.force-enabled”

Enable layers.acceleration.force-enabled

Search for “gfx.webrender.all” and set to true

Enable gfx.webrender.all

Restart Firefox.

Installing LineageOS on Raspberry Pi B+

Download LineageOS

Download the unofficial LineageOS 16 build from the following page


Unzip the file with

unzip ~/Downloads/

Write to SD Card

Either use the instructions on the following link to write it to the SD card

Or use DD

WARNING! Make sure “/dev/mmcblk0” is the correct SD Card. Refer to here if you need to locate the path for the SD Card.

sudo dd if=~/Downloads/lineage-16.0-20200207-UNOFFICIAL-KonstaKANG-rpi3.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1M status=progress

Plug you SD Card into your Pi and boot it up.

Reset NextCloud admin password – Snap package

The regular command to reset the password for a NextCloud user does not work when NextCloud is installed from a snap package.

$ sudo -u www-data php /var/www/nextcloud/occ user:resetpassword admin
Could not open input file: /var/www/nextcloud/occ

The reason is that NextCloud is located in “/snap/nextcloud”

Unfortunately the occ file is not located in /snap/nextcloud/current/

However, you can run the nextcloud.occ command directly without specifying the path. Change admin to your user.

sudo nextcloud.occ user:resetpassword admin

Type in the new password twice and login.

Alienware fan control in Linux notes

Helpful links

You can use the following commands to “initilize” the fans so the fancontrol can read them.

 sudo modprobe dell-smm-hwmon ignore_dmi=1
sudo sensors-detect

After that is done you should be able to setup a fancontrol config with

sudo pwmconfig

After it is set up you can launch fancontrol to control the fans

sudo fancontrol

If you want to tweak the setting, modify the fancontrol config under


or run pwmconfig again and replace config.

Sounds like you should be able to add the following to “etc/modprobe.d/dell.conf” to get it to run on boot.

options dell-smm-hwmon ignore_dmi=1

no matching cipher found. Their offer: aes128-cbc,3des-cbc…

When trying to SSH to older devices like a Ubiquiti Bullet2, you may receive an error saying.

no matching cipher found. Their offer: aes128-cbc,3des-cbc,aes256-cbc,twofish256-cbc,twofish-cbc,twofish128-cbc,blowfish-cbc

Work around it to manually specify the cipher with the “-c” option. You will also probably need to specify the KexAlgorithm

ssh -c aes128-cbc -oKexAlgorithms=+diffie-hellman-group1-sha1 admin@

You can see what ciphers ssh supports by running “ssh -Q cipher”

Example output

ssh -Q cipher

More information

LibreOffice Calc – Turn page breaks on and off

Turning the Page break option on in LibreOffice Calc will show a dotted line in your Calc spreadsheet to show you if you printed it out where the boundaries would be.

Example showing page breaks in LibeOffice Calc. The dotted lines are the page outline

You can turn this behavior on or off by going to
Tools -> Options -> LibreOffice Calc -> View -> Visual Aids -> Page breaks
And turning the check box on or off

Example of Page breaks being on.