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Colombia Stuff

Postal codes in Medellin:

Cologne: Tesoro, la Rivera, Felco, Falabella

Used clothing: Minorista, Laureles botique thrift shops.

Spring water: Manantial (from a spring souce near Botota, which you can visit)

Import export:

Drugs: weed 20g, hash 5g, coke (or coke based substances) 1g, metacualona (qualuude) 2g. LSD and MDMA not contemplated by the law so not recommended having more than 1g. Not legal to use in public spots, near schools, public parks. Law allows police, especially in MDE, to decide to fine you or not. Has to be not for selling, and seems it should be wrapped.

Places: Pueblito, Periodista, rock bars,



VST synthesizers and instruments (Access Virus)



Improvement for Linux

Copying files. If same AND different file size VS if same and same size.

Provide details on what file and location, date created, thumbnail


When all the files on your SD card become 'locked' , trying first with the SDHC drive (sda or sdb or sdc) which you can find with:

fdisk -l

The command

sudo mount --options remount,rw /dev/sdb

Might have to do it not by dev/sda or sdb, but instead by mountpoint

sudo mount --options remount,rw /media/username/mountpointofsdcard

But after those attempts, it still said "error taking ownership of filesystem on read-only file system udisk-error-quark", so I tried to reformat it (the files were readable but the disk had become read-only).


Making encrypted flash drives


to view media. Let's say your flashdrive is in 'sda'

fdisk /dev/sda

to wipe it. Enter d for delete, then n for new partition, then p for primary, and hit enter to accept the defaults and type YES


to look again. Now you have a sda1

cryptsetup luksFormat /dev/sda1

to encrypt it. Select a password for it

cryptsetup open /dev/sda1 drive

to open it and name it, for the time being, 'drive'. Enter the same password you gave it


and you should see 'drive' there

mkfs.ext4 /dev/mapper/drive

to make a filesystem on it (because it doesn't have one yet). it'll auto be on mapper. It'll take some seconds or a minute

mount /dev/mapper/drive /mnt/

to mount it (to mnt for the time being)