CastorisCausa

Personal blog and hacks by Raymundo Cassani

Posts tagged with: Linux


Based on icon made by Freepik from www.flaticon.com Good code commenting, including good syntax and spelling, is an important feature to assure the high quality of code documentation, which in turn, is vital in development of scientific open-source software. Poor spelling is not only unprofessional, it can create …

In contrast to Matlab for Windows and macOS, Matlab for Linux does not automatically make the associations with its related files .m, .mat, and .fig. This post describes the how to do the association, it includes: 1. defining MIME types, 2. setting icons, and 3. creating desktop entries (.desktop files …



In a previous post, the minimum code for a functional Cinnamon Desklet was provided. Based on that, I started to develop the System monitor graph which shows graphs for the level of activity in various system variables including: CPU, memory, and disks. This post describes some of the elements that …

A good day I was going through the available Desklets for Cinnamon, looking for an desklet to display graphs about the current state of the system (CPU, RAM, disks, etc.), although I found the nice desklets such as Simple monitor system, CPU Load and Disk Space, none of them quite …