26 May 2010

How Richard Stallman Browses the Internet

[via:Hacker News/RT]

7 April 2010

Qubes: a Xen/Linux based, open source local virtual machine based desktop OS

Read the introduction post on Rutkowska’s blog (which you might have stumbled over before if you remember Blue Pill).

The project sounds tremendously interesting as it might end up giving anyone access to strong desktop security/sandboxing of a type already available in an “enterpricey” form in products like Citrix XenDesktop.

[via:Mikko Hypponen]

23 March 2010

Use Spotlight to speed up grep searches

[via:Olli Sulopuisto]

17 March 2010

A Whirlwind Tutorial on Creating Really Teensy ELF Executables for Linux

[via:ThomasTvivlaren]

25 February 2010

Hg Init: a Mercurial tutorial

[via:Joel Spolsky]

5 December 2009

ack – a grep replacing search tool

[via:Hacker News]

10 September 2009

Windows 7 RTM: vaativan Linux-käyttäjän mielipide

8 June 2009

Unix turns 40: The past, present and future

[via:Slashdot]

23 April 2009

Syntax Highlighting i GNU Nano

Ännu en typisk vett & sanssparande, Captain Obvious grej som jag av någon anledning aldrig orkat googla fram på ett par sekunder. Kod för hilighting av fler språk, inklusive PHP, finns på Linuxhelps Wiki.

[via:Charris]

1 February 2009

Happy Unix Timestamp 1234567890! (Facebook event)

On Saturday, February 14, 2009 00:31:30, 1234567890 seconds will have passed since January 1 1970 (the beginning of Unix time).

[via:Kim]

16 November 2008

I'm a PC, I'm a Mac, I'm Linux, I'm BSD (Hippie)

I’m a PC, I’m a Mac, I’m Linux, I’m BSD

Man, I wanna meet Solaris.

See also: Get a Mac, Tron Guy, Berkeley Software Distribution and asking for FreeBSD help on IRC.

[via:Binero]

5 August 2008

IBM developerWorks: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits

Ten efficient and maybe non-obvious but simple ways to improve one’s command-line usage patterns.

24 July 2008

10 essential tricks for admins

[via:Hacker News]

18 June 2008

Create a tar.gz archive of a directory while preserving permissions of files and sub-directories

tar -pczf name_of_your_archive.tar.gz /path/to/directory

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