3 Ways to Limit the Number of Responses in Google Forms

Limit Responses in Google Forms

Google Forms are very commonly used for surveys and questionnaires nowadays. Besides conducting such studies, they are also used in some educational institutions for quizzes and exams. This free web-based application offers us so much flexibility in designing and presenting questions that Google Form is the first name that comes to mind when we want ... Read more

How to Switch Between Users in Linux

Switch between Linux users

Linux is a multi-user operating system. Whether it's using the superuser account to execute administrative tasks or modifying the current user's access to a certain directory, you'll have to move between users at some point. Linux has several options for dealing with such difficulties. The obvious solution is to log out and log in as ... Read more

Change grub default boot option on Linux Ubuntu/Mint

Grub's default boot option is stored within a config file found on the partition where your Master Boot Record is located (if you had it installed previously, there may also be grub.cfg files on other partitions, but these won't affect boot sequence). Its direct path is /boot/grub/grub.cfg and it has to be opened as root, ... Read more

How to Disable quota for a Linux User or Group on the Shell

Linux user quotas can be edited with the commands edquota or setquota on the shell. While edquota opens the quota settings in an editor like vim, setquota allows you to specify the quota settings on the command line. Example for disabling the quota for the user "testuser": setquota -u testuser 0 0 0 0 -a ... Read more