Doom Emacs Configuration
Intro I’ve been using Linux exclusively since 2010, GNU Emacs was always installed on my machine, but I didn’t discover the real Emacs until 2020, in the beginning, I started my Vanilla Emacs configuration from scratch, but after a while, it becomes a mess. As a new Emacs user, I didn’t understand the in the beginning how to optimize my configuration and how to do things correctly. I discovered then Spacemacs, which made things much easier, but it was a little slow, and just after, I found the awesome Doom Emacs, and since, I didn’t quit my Emacs screen!
Push partition image to an Android phone
Prepare your device In your Android phone, enter recovery mode and enable ADB (usually, you need a custom recovery like TWRP, OrangeFox or LineageOS' recovery… etc). On a Linux machine, forward a local TCP port to a remote port on the Android device (let say local 6789, remote 9876). adb forward tcp:6789 tcp:9876 adb shell Netcat your file Once connected to the device's shell, start netcat in listen mode on port 9876, and redirect stdout to the partition block device:
Restore a partimage to a smaller disk
Sometimes; when working with partimage, someone can create a backup of a 1TB partition which contains -for example- only 10GB of data; in this case, when we want to restore it, partimage will fail if the restore disk does not have enough space (1TB in this case). I faced this problem and here the trick I used to restore the backup image to a smaller disk image.