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  • screenshot of archlinux with evilwm
    saving space EvilWM doesn t take much space either Still my maximum resolution of 1024 768 is quite cramped The gtk theme is clearlooks olive The background image is mine the original images in the design in gimp were taken from morguefile com Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2010 May 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 September 2009 August 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009

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  • Secure your email communication with free software
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  • tip: make firefox’s buttons and entries look lighter
    input type submit input type reset background moz Dialog color moz DialogText border 1px outset CCC input not type input type password input type text select input type file textarea background moz Field color moz FieldText border 1px inset 888 I haven t found a way to style the buttons which are part of input type file and select yet Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2010 May 2010 February

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  • Tux bit an Apple
    Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June

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  • Use HISTIGNORE in bash
    HISTIGNORE Will mean you will not have duplicates in your bash history but you can use other varables too say you don t want the commands beggining with c to be put in the history An example of this together with not having duplicates HISTIGNORE c Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December 2010 May 2010 February 2010 January 2010 November 2009 September 2009 August 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April

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  • vi survival guide
    moves to the end of the line 0 moves to the beginning of the line moves to the first non whitespace character i e the beginning of an indented line Movement via words where a word is a sequence of alphanumeric OR punctuation signs w next word e end of current word b previous word Movement via words where a word is a sequence of non blank characters W next word E end of current word B previous word Other Jumps H jump to top of screen L jump to bottom of screen jump to previous paragraph jump to next paragraph fx jump to next occurence of character x where x is any character of course tx jump right before next occurence of character x till x again x in anything Fx jump to previous occurence of character x again x in anything Tx jump right after previous occurence of character x back till x again x in anything G jump to EOF End of file LINE G jump to line no LINE 3 1 2 Modifying Deleting Copying Pasting Obviously you are in vi to edit text You could also be in vi to hear beeps when you press some wierd keys but then you probably wouldn t be reading a guide to vi You have already learned about INSERT mode but there is more to it that just i To just get into INSERT mode you can use the following commands i places you in INSERT mode before the current character I places you in INSERT mode at the beginning of the line Same as i a places you in INSERT mode after the current character Same as i RIGHT ARROW or li when not at the eng of the line A places you in INSERT mode at the end of the line Same as a o places you in INSERT mode in a new line below the current one Same as i ENTER O places you in INSERT mode in a new line above the current one Same as ko vi also offers simple command for single character deleting and editing x delete character under cursor like DEL in INSERT mode X deletes the previous character like Backspace in INSERT mode rx replace the character under the cursor with character x where x is any character Now let s go over to some more larger scale editing in NORMAL mode as you seriously don t want to use x or X to delete a paragraph of text for example This is also the movement commands from section 3 1 1 become really useful d motion delete all text up to the destination of movement motion c motion delete all text up to the destination of movement motion and enter INSERT mode change the text y motion copy yank in vi speak all text up to the destination of movement motion p paste or put the last deleted changed or yanked text after the current position P paste or put the last deleted changed or yanked text before the current position for better comprehention a few examples are in order dw delete up to the beginning of the next word c change current paragraph ywP duplicate word There are also a few special cases namely dd deleted current line cc change current line yy yank current line when you delete change or yank a line p and P also operate line wise p places the yanked line after the current line P places it before the current line 3 1 3 Repetition and how to avoid it Repetition is annoying and senceless vi has some features to make your edit easier in this respect First of all comes the command yes the period it repeats the last command For instance if your last command was dd then pressing deletes another line Counts are another very useful feature that let you repeat a command a specific number of times The syntax is as follows number command do command number times This also works for motions that are part of a command A few examples 10j move 10 lines down 3yy yank three lines c3w change 3 words To round the section off I ll show you some commands that every editor including Microsoft Notepad supports u undo last command including INSERT mode sessions Ctrl r redo last undone command Unlike Microsoft Notepad vi supports doing this multiple times 3 2 Ex mode ex mode is a command line like mode in it you can type certain longer commands which are executed by typing ENTER There are multiple ways to use it ex mode command execute one ex mode command gQ enter ex mode Sound familiar the saving editing and quitting commands in section 2 where actually ex mode commands Here are some important ex mode commands without the colon part in square brackets are optional w rite FILENAME write file to FILENAME if given w rite FILENAME write file to FILENAME overwriting if it exists e dit FILENAME edit FILENAME e dit FILENAME edit FILENAME without saving q uit quit q uit quit without saving COMMAND execute shell command COMMAND vi sual exit ex mode back to top 4 Searching and replacing Searching and replacing are two very important features when editing text files just think of how easy it is to lose a line in a large config file or on an enourmous screen I ll start with the simpler of the two searching The commands are issued in NORMAL mode REGEX search for strings matching the regular expression REGEX REGEX search for strings matching the regular expression REGEX backwards n go to next occurence N go to previous occurence This may sound dreadfully complicated to you who may be thinking along the lines of regular expression huh Well don t panic Regular expressions are a standardized way of expressing patterns to search for The syntax is not easy to understand and is beyond the scope of this

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  • xfce (Exiguous), qtcurve, tango, konqueror, psi, xfce terminal, NEdit
    Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April

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  • xfce configured my way
    path than only the name of the directory PS1 pwd sed e s 1 Try it love it As you can see I got rid of pretty much all information I don t need the xfce panel autohides too now the thing that annoys me most is bright colors Can t get rid of all of those because I don t control the web Tech Stack Solutions Tech Stack Solutions is my company that provides Unix support Sign up or simply get in touch to find out how I can help Search this Website Recent Posts How to Install Ubuntu Linux without a DVD or USB How to Securely Save All Your Passwords with Keepass 9 Signs You Should Use Linux on Your Computer The Easiest Way to Optimize Your MySQL Database Performance Setting up a Linux Web Development Environment in Windows Hunting Down Disk Space Hogs on Linux Command Line 6 Simple Android Apps for Monitoring and Managing Your Linux Server Easily Manage Remote Files on Linux with Konqueror and Kate webmin Best Control Panels if any for Managing a Linux Server Archives Archives Select Month December 2014 July 2014 June 2014 May 2014 April 2014 February 2014 December

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