During a migration or other custom setup, it's possible you don't have a $HOME/Desktop and as a result the config file that controls this is set to just use your $HOME directory.
This is controlled in the file: $HOME/.config/user-dirs.dirs
As we can see below, Desktop, Downloads, Music and Pictures are set to $HOME. We can edit any of these as we like.
# This file is written by xdg-user-dirs-update
# If you want........
In a lot of distros like Debian, ecryptfs will mount itself in /home/yourusername/Private
This is controlled by Private.mnt which may contain the mount path like this:
Change the default mount location of ecryptfs by modifying this file:
After you unmount and relogin, you should find ecryptfs is now mo........
This is all controlled by /etc/issue
You can basically enter anything in there that you like, but there are preset variables that are mentioned at the end of the page that discuss this.
Some examples of /etc/issue:
Kernel r on an m
Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS n l
You can also insert any of t........
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-3CESL: http://b2b.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2658#dl
Dell Part Numbers for the motherboard: R1232 R1232L R2232S SERVER MOTHERBOARD GENUINE 408P9 CN-0408P9
GA-3CESL Manual Download here
RAMSlots: 16 (8 controlled by each CPU)
RAMType: DDR2 ECC 5300P........
cat /proc/user_beancounters produces the following:
kmemsize 1861537 5139870 12752512 12752512 26965041
Notice the failcnt "26965041", that is for kmemsize and at first it confused me. The system had enough guaranteed and enough burst RAM available. kmemsize is a variable indepedent of that, but who cars about the explanation right, let's just make thing........
resume: could not stat the resume device file
I got that after migrating to a different physical hard drive, it wanted to resume from a swap partition that no longer exists.
This is actually controlled by "uswsusp.conf" in /etc
Just edit it and remove the device or change it to the correct new swap file.........