Give freedom to a MacBook Pro

A lot of chains An old MacBook Pro is an amazing machine but too obsolete for its own operative system and also too costricted by the infinite chains of mother Apple. So, just a bit of patience and one Linux distro… and bang! I like to make experiments with hardware and software, to customize and to tweak many aspects of[…]

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Disqus comments for Jekyll

Enable Disqus comments on the blog I wanted to enable Disqus comments on the blog, but only on the post pages. So, to do that, I modified the file _layouts/post.html to include, after the post code, the line: {% include comments.html %} To enable Disqus comments, I have created a file _includes/comments.html that includes the universal code founded on my[…]

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Time for changes

New home. Still under development For several years, I wrote some blogs in italian(my native language). Now, I decided to embrace a new challenge: to write in English. I decided to write in English because it’s the language of technology, of future and, maybe, of the Europe. Also I’m really not fully comfortable with it, so writing English could help[…]

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How to and Linux documentation

The Linux Documentation Project is the entry point A HOWTO document explains in detail how to do something. Related to Linux-world, The Linux Documentation Project is the house of the HOWTOs and the mini HOWTOs. LDP is a loosely knit team of volunteers who provide documentation for many aspects of Linux. There are several forms of documentation available at LDP:[…]

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Learning Vim

Vim – the ubiquitous text editor Vim is a highly configurable text editor built to make creating and changing any kind of text very efficient. It is included as "vi" with most UNIX systems and with Apple OS X. Vim is rock stable and is continuously being developed to become even better. Among its features are: persistent, multi-level undo tree,[…]

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