i3 and Linux. Hello again!

For jobs to be completed always and surely, a distro like Fedora or Ubuntu, a graphical environment like GNOME or Xfce, and so on. For everything else, Linux is experimentation, fun. Here then we like to give us to the distro-hopping, to try every possible graphic environment, to test every feasible change. In two words, maximum customization and pure pleasure.[…]

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GNOME 3.34 released. Many performance improvements and new features

Highlights from this release include visual refreshes for a number of applications, including the desktop itself. The complete list of features and improvements are in the release notes. GNOME 3.34 is code-named “Thessaloniki” in recognition of the most recent GUADEC, held this past August in Thessaloniki, Greece. GNOME 3.34 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and includes[…]

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Basic Git commands to use every day

Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is the best and most popular tool for doing source control.  There used to be competitors, but why waste bytes listing them…  Git was created by the infamous Linus Torvalds (the founder of Linux). Linus[…]

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How to use your .bashrc file

The Bash configuration file can do a lot of things to improve your work: aliases, functions and prompt configurations improve workflow and help to be more efficient. In my recent post about setting up Ubuntu with Bash scripts, I briefly alluded to the magic of .bashrc. This didn’t really do it justice, so here’s a quick post that offers a[…]

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