Whether you consider it an advantage or a disadvantage standard configuration dialogs in GNOME tend to be a bit limited and because of that do not allow all kinds of behavior customizations that one may desire to do. It is done that way in order to maximize ease of use and user friendliness. For deeper […]
After my previous two posts about SELinux and AppArmor, “Stupid advice and some of my own ideas” and Rusty AppArmor?, another post of the same topic. I had another look around for information on AppArmor and of course also followed a link leading directly to Novell where I found a Novell’s AppArmor and SELinux comparison. Well, […]
An excellent tutorial on free commandline tools that help improve your writing. There’s more to it than spellchecking. (free IBM account required)
Recently I came across the command Ctrl-R in the bash shell. It allows you to search and browse your bash history. For instance you ssh into your server every day, in between each ssh you do a bunch of other things, this makes in impractical to use the Up arrow key to go through your […]
While using Gtk+ based applications you can use the middle mouse button on the scrollbar to move directly to that point, instead of moving to the point a page at a time.