The ~/.bashrc is a the bash shells’ setting file. The ~/.bashrc can also be used to specify other bash shell related items like abbreviating commands and creating shortcuts. Here is my ~/.bashrc, all bells, no whistles.
Being content with GUI ripping software was something that didn’t happen to me using Linux. I had expected my music player software to handle `the task but I can’t remember any that did (not remembering to me is the same as working poorly I’m discovering). As for stand-alone rippers I haven’t heard any that were […]
The basic and expanded templates I use to begin most of my bash scripts: template-basic template
Update: Reader Elder Marco has pointed out that WordPress.com does have support for syntax highlighting of source code built-in (which I had never heard of before) that might be a preferred alternative for some. An example of both is below. Vim is a great all-around editor, it also does very good at syntax highlighting. With […]
Note: A month ago I meant to write this article but experienced hardware issues. I wrote that in places that Oneiric was slow… I was wrong. Apologize for any inconvenience. Here are some edits, additions, and subtractions that help complete the feel of the of Ubuntu’s 11.10 Oneiric desktop. Note that a couple modifications are […]
I decided to sell my desktop computer and use my laptop exclusively, I had no need to keep another computer and since I was only using it for doing backups I decided it would be better to save some space. I choose to get a Western Digital because they have been so reliable to me […]
Update: This turns out to be done by xrandr which the X.org server hands off to now for dynamic use of monitors. man xrandr even reports that it is trying to keepaconstant DPI. Not sure just why it is doing it, but found a good way to get it done. I just got a new […]