Installing TelescopeJS on Linux really isn’t done within 5 minutes. So I decided to create a setup script. After installing Telescope with this Script, Telescope ist set up as a service and running on port 80 of your server.
Install: $ curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/AndreasPrang/TelescopeJS-Install/master/install.sh | sh
To change the port on which Telescope should be running edit /etc/init.d/Telescope
„Actually“ () Google Drive is crashing all the time if you try to sync more than ~3000 files. This is because of a memory leak in the app and an other interesting point! Google Drive is an 32 Bit application.
There actually is just one way to sync Google Drive. Restart Google Drive every ~20 Minutes when you got an error message like:
NSMallocException – Attempt to allocate xxxx bytes for NS/CFData filed.
With this script you automatically can restart Google Drive every 20 Minuted for the initial synchronization:
killall Google\ Drive
open /Applications/Google\ Drive.app
Several years I used the Terminals as it is. Some months ago I started configuring the Terminal settings and now it’s perfect.
To get the settings enabled for your terminal just download and install the free font and my terminal settings: