Linux / Unix Desktop Fun: Text Mode ASCII-art Box and Comment Drawing

Posted on in Categories Linux, Linux desktop last updated June 19, 2012

Boxes command is a text filter and a little known tool that can draw any kind of ASCII art box around its input text or code for fun and profit. You can quickly create email signatures, or create regional comments in any programming language. This command was intended to be used with the vim text editor, but can be tied to any text editor which supports filters, as well as from the command line as a standalone tool.

Linux debugfs Hack: Undelete Files

Posted on in Categories Linux last updated June 5, 2012

Undeletion means restoring files which have been deleted from Linux ext3 file system using rm command. Deleted files can be recovered on ext3 file systems using the debugfs program. This quick tutorial describes how to recover a file that was recently deleted using nothing but standard Linux command line utilities.

Video: Who Writes Linux Kernel?

Posted on in Categories Linux last updated April 3, 2012

Linux kernel is the most prominent examples of free and open source software. The Linux kernel has received contributions from thousands of programmers and companies around the world. This professional video from the Linux foundation provides a quick insight into Linux building procedure. This is a powerful and inspiring story of how Linux has become a volunteer-driven phenomenon.

FAQ Updates: Oct/13/2011

Posted on in Categories Sys admin last updated November 30, 2011

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FAQ Updates: Sep/05/2011

Posted on in Categories FAQ, Sys admin last updated September 5, 2011

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