Interesting piece here about the different situations in different US states regarding the enforceability of non-compete agreements. Once again, California leads the way. And also once again, Florida is one of the worst. We can only hope that these are outlawed everywhere in the very near future. Enforcement of non-compete agreements is the last refuge of the incompetent (which apparently is an out of context quote borrowed from Isaac Asimov :-)).
Ubuntu, with Linux 5.4.0-42-genericThen, edit /etc/default/grub and change the GRUB_DEFAULT line to this:
GRUB_DEFAULT="Advanced options for Ubuntu>Ubuntu, with Linux 5.4.0-42-generic"Finally, run:
sudo update-grubto activate the new default option and then reboot.
I always forget this:
There is a trick that allows gdb to be run with root permission without requiring a password (largely as described here).
and add this line at the bottom of the file:
<username> ALL=(root) NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/gdb
where <username> is the appropriate user name. Now all that’s needed is to call sudo gdb instead of gdb. This can be done by creating a simple executable script called sudo-gdb containing:
#!/bin/bash sudo gdb $@
QtCreator then needs to know to use this version of the debugger. Go to Tools -> Options and select Build & Run. Select the Debugger tab and click on Add. Enter the full path to the new script. Then click on the Kits tab and select the new debugger in the Debugger drop-down and then click on Ok.
There are a variety of ways of doing this but a simple way is simply to boot into the desired default system and then enter in a terminal window:
sudo grub-install sudo update-grub
On the next restart, grub should default to the desired system.