Upgrading to tmux 3.0a I have completely missed the tmux 3.0 release, so it's long overdue that I'm taking time now to upgrade tmux to version 3.0a on my macOS systems. Upgrading tmux with brew All it takes to upgrade tmux with Homebrew is … [Continue reading] about Upgrading tmux in macOS
Unix Tutorial Hey everyone, just wanted to wish you all a Happy New Year and to welcome you into 2020! Unix Tutorial: 2019 in Numbers 2019 has been the greatest year in all of the UnixTutorial.org history: 970K views - that's just one … [Continue reading] about Welcome to 2020!
Check Python Version As you improve your basic Python skills, you're going to find out (usually the hard way) that Python 2.x and Python 3.x are not as compatible as you expected. That's why it's important to establish Python version before … [Continue reading] about Check Python Version
Merry Christmas! Greetings from Germany! We're spending Christmas break away from Ireland this year, so most of the week has been pre-scheduled posts as I'm offline until we come back. Want to take a moment and wish you a very happy … [Continue reading] about Merry Christmas!
Showing next few lines with grep Now and then I have to find some information in text files - logs, config files, etc. with a unique enough approach: I have a hostname or parameter name to search by, but the actual information I'm interested in is … [Continue reading] about Show Next Few Lines with grep
Jekyll 4 This is a fairly straightforward procedure, I just want to capture it here for my own future use. Install Ruby Version 2.4.0 or Better Your macOS comes with Ruby pre-installed, but unfortunately it's not recent enough to support … [Continue reading] about Install Jekyll 4 in macOS
Changing hostname with scutil in macOS Standard command like hostname will still work in macOS, but perhaps it's best to use the native way of updating system information on your Mac? scutil command is here to help. Change Hostname with … [Continue reading] about How To Change Mac Hostname with scutil
sticky bit on /tmp/try directory One of the least used and usually forgotten features in Linux/Unix filesystems, sticky bit is a great way to manage regular user access to a shared directory. … [Continue reading] about Protecting Directories with Sticky Bit
neofetch on a physical server with Debian Linux When it comes to reporting basic OS information in one terminal screen for easy screenshot, I've been using screenFetch most of the time. Turns out, it's not the only software of this kind - and … [Continue reading] about neofetch in Debian Linux
VirtualBox 6.1 Has it been a year since VirtualBox 6.0 release already? Time flew! This week brought us the first major release of the VirtualBox 6.x family, with lots of improvements - traditionally focus is on performance and … [Continue reading] about VirtualBox 6.1 Released