rsync to remote directory containing spaces

I ran into an issue where if I ran rsync to a remote server with a path that contained spaces it would simply terminate at the first space instead of copying the whole path. I learned you need to do some quote tricks to get this to work properly (thanks to this site for helping me.)

The trick is to enclose the entire remote path, server included, in SINGLE quotes. In addition to the single quotes you still need to escape every space with a backslash ( \ )

rsync -aP <source_folder> 'REMOTE_SERVER:/full\ path\ with\ escaped\ spaces/folder/'

Manually set monitor refresh rate with xrandr

My recent distro hopping has found some distros don’t let you change your monitor’s refresh rate via the GUI. After a while I found this post which explains the syntax for xrandr to force the refresh rate of 100hz (adjust to your liking)

xrandr --output DP-0 --mode 3440x1440 --rate 100

Create an auto start item with this line of code in it to get this to happen automatically on startup.