It’s going to be a month from the time I started learning Dvorak keyboard layout. I just wanted to find out on my own what made it different? What better way to find out than learning it?
Seeing someone typing while looking at the screen seems fascinating, no? It is like the person typing has learned the language that computers speak.
A gentle introduction to markdown.
Wondered how documentation, blogs, online books (not the PDFs) are written? Well, if it’s a really big one, RST is the best shot.
Recently I’ve started to use weechat to connect to IRC. My earlier client was hexchat, and is currently a fallback in case I am not able to get familiar with intricacies of weechat. Here I am listing some settings that I’m using to do a basic makeover.
CLI(Command Line Interface) is the hidden power. I started realizing it when I switched to Ubuntu from Windows 7. Initially I used the GUI in the Ubuntu, but I didn’t let that conquer me!
DGPLUG (Durgapur Linux Users’ Group) That’s my new source of learning. Well, it itself isn’t new. (DGPLUG announced the 11th edition of summer training this year)
Lets put our SSH knowledge to some use and create a proxy server using AWS EC2, tinyproxy, and SSH Local Port Forwarding.
I recently did a post on thegeekyway.com that went in depth of rc scripts and chkconfig utility that can help you setup tasks at specific events. Like when the PC boots or shutsdown, generally saying whenever it enters a runlevel. But what if you want a job to run at specific time in a day, in a week, in a month or what about in a year? Head on to find out.
It’s been around half a year since I came to know about Open Source, yet I had not attended a single meetup. Either I used to be busy with college or I was just lazy. This time I thought, let’s give it a try.