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Become a Command Line Ninja With These Time-Saving Shortcuts

Become a Command Line Ninja With These Time-Saving Shortcuts
Still running nano? Try gedit (or notepad++) cuz they have a gui. @marvinbek: I'm just used to nano now, after working so much with Arch Linux. I used to use Gedit all the time, but after I learned nano with Arch (since you needed it to install Arch), it just seemed faster :-/ @Whitson Gordon: I was never actually aware that nano was usable! I honestly thought it was that quick stop-gap for people who just want to edit something quickly without learning a more in-depth editor. P.S. @shkm: haha. @Whitson Gordon: Give into the dark side Whitson. Oh, and put down that mouse. @Whitson Gordon: As am I. @TheFu: hahaha oh man, I should have known as soon as I said "I still haven't learned vi" that you would be here in five seconds. ;-) Are you like a superhero or something? @Whitson Gordon: When I was going to school and student staff at the computer labs, what happened if you left yourself logged in was: echo "alias nano=vi alias emacs=vi set -o vi echo 'I will remember to log out.' ".bashrc

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10 things to do after installing Linux Mint 13 Linux Mint 13 just got released and I have been using it (MATE edition) on my laptop for nearly a week and from my experience, this is a very nice and stable release. However, depending on personal need and preference, users still need to tweak and customize a few things to make it more usable. Here are 10 things that I did after installing Linux Mint 13 - MATE edition. Update System As always on a freshly installed system, the first thing you need to do is to update the packages. To do so, you can click on the shield icon on the notification area, enter the password and the update manager will appear. How To Manage Your Startup Programs Easily, An Easy Way To Increase System Performance The best way to start your computer faster and improve the overall system performance is to reduce the number of programs that load when Windows start. Reducing the number of startup programs can help you in loading the Windows faster, saving RAM, and faster loading performance. Many people will be familiar with the way that requires installing and running Windows Defender, going to Tools > Software Explorer and from category selecting Startup Programs. This method works for many people but is not very effective. Many people do not have Windows Defender and many don’t want to install it either. Well you don’t even need too.

cURL - Tutorial cURL Docs Tutorial HTTP Scripting 1.1 Background1.2 The HTTP Protocol1.3 See the Protocol1.4 See the Timing1.5 See the Response 2.1 Spec2.2 Host2.3 Port number2.4 User name and password2.5 Path part How to Install Sublime Text 3 in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty This simple tutorial shows you how to install the Sublime Text 3 in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty LTS via PPA repository. Sublime Text is a popular text and source code editor somewhat similar to TextMate, available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X. The Sublime Text 3 is currently in beta. Webupd8 Team has made an installer script into PPA which automatically downloads the Sublime Text 3 archive from its website and installs it on Ubuntu.

Find is a beautiful tool I have blogged before that knowledge of command-line tools is essential to take the next step in programming productivity. I think it would be useful to provide simple tutorials for these powerful tools, starting with find. Tutorial If you’re on Windows, I would recommend installing Cygwin to bring the power of a real shell to your OS. Let us start with a simple example and build upon it: Some tweaking tips for Linux Mint 13 - MATE edition In my article about 10 things to do after installing Linux Mint 13, I have included some tips to customize Linux Mint 13. Here are some more tips and tricks for you to tweak Linux Mint 13 - MATE edition. 1 - Edit the applications list in the Mint Menu To customize the applications list, right click on the menu icon and select "Edit Menu"

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