Yesterday night I released a new version of my CLI password manager Pwman3. This is a major mile stone, with huge amount of changes and improvements. Read more to find about what changed, and what I learned writing this version.
I bumped into an article describing `rtcwake` [here](http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/wake-cron.html), so I thought it will be cool to write a nice wrapper script around it.
Oh man, I'm really becoming a geek. I spend so much time staring at VIM that writing a Blog post using the Web interface seems cumbersome to me.
Another cool one liner to remove all development packages to clean your Debian.
This one is not so easy to follow, but it works for me ...
Continuing the agile setup of GNOME desktop using gconftool-2. Here's a snippet to make tab width 4 spaces, insert spaces instead of tabs and enable automatic indentation:
Of course backups could do the job, but I find a clean install much cleaner and safer for my purposes.
I bumped into calcurse a while ago, but I didn't take the use of it seriously. When I started using it, I was also using Gnome's Evolution.
Sometimes you have to text process the output of many chained commands, e.g. bash command to list all dev package in Debian. The results are usually outputted with "\\n"
Recently I started building my own [LFS](http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/), I was pretty amused by the command `yes`
A few months ago I installed Debian GNU/Linux on an old Sony Vaio Laptop of a friend of mine. The laptop is really nice with slim case and a 15" screen. She was really happy she could write her thesis on this nice machine again because Windows XP could not function properly on this machine. Installation was a breeze and the non technical friend of mine was working on it happily for 4 months now.
Unfortunately many DE's suck for that reason: Developers' just ignore users. Personally, I like KDE, but I don't use it. Never. Why ? Because KDE developers will not fix the bug which prevents normal keyboard layout change
Ever happened to you that you needed to do something on your linux box and didn't know how ? Sure it did!