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Pre-course week 1 - taking command

So, week one of the pre-course is complete. I’ve attended my first coding meet up with the team, solved a murder mystery using the command line and pushed code to GitHub for the very first time. 450 more words



The year 2016 is the year of the command-line. Several years ago when i was working on the Unix operating system I’ve used many command-line tools such as grep, awk, sed, ed, more, and others. 2,156 more words

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Use Zamzar to convert files from your Desktop !

We’re excited to announce that we just launched three new applications which allow you to convert files right on your desktop !


Generate SSH keys on linux

My work often requires me to use git and github for version control. So when you first clone a repository to your local hdd , you are required to enter your github username and password everytime when you want to push stuff to that repo. 176 more words


Clock Configuration

People become accustomed to seeing certain information displayed in their panels, and one of those is always a clock of some kind.

I like to configure that to my preference in whichever GUI I’m using in Linux, be it… 456 more words


Simple Python HTTP Server on Linux

Sometimes we need to share files and folders quickly. Often emailing stuff to people tends to be cumbersome. I have noticed that creating a simple http server comes in really handy in such scenarios. 118 more words


What does sudo apt-get autoremove do ?

sudo apt-get autoremove

Whenever you install an application (using apt-get) the system will also install the software that this application depends on. It is common in Ubuntu/Linux that applications share the same libraries.

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