neofetch: Awesome system info bash script that supports Linux, MacOS, and Unix-like systems

Posted on in Categories Command Line Hacks, Howto last updated May 7, 2017

The neofetch command written in a bash shell. The main purpose of neofetch is to be used in screenshots to display other users what operating system or Linux distro you are using including theme, icons and more. This command shows info about your system next to an image, your operating system logo and other info. Neofetch version 3.1.0 has been released. Let us see how to install the latest version and use it.
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ssh_scan: A SSH configuration and policy scanner for Linux and UNIX server

Posted on in Categories Security last updated April 26, 2017

The SSH (“Secure Shell”) protocol is a method for secure remote login from one system to another. Sysadmins and users use a secure channel over an unsecured network in a client-server architecture format for connecting an SSH client with an SSH server. Security ssh server is an important task. There is a tool called ssh_scan from Mozilla which act as a prototype SSH configuration and policy scanner for your SSHD.

Awesome VIM clutch. A hardware pedal for improved text editing in Vim

Posted on in Categories Link last updated April 22, 2017

That is right. I found a hardware pedal for improved text editing in Vim. This is a mind blowing hack for vim user.

VIM Clutch is a hardware pedal for improved text editing speed for users of the magnificent VIM text editor (1, 2). When the pedal is pressed down, the pedal types “i” causing VIM to go into Insert Mode. When released, it types and you are back in Normal Mode.

The final result:

The first VIM Clutch
The first VIM Clutch

=> See How To Build your own VIM Clutch