There are literally hundreds of posts that go over all the various ways to manage your dot files with git. Most involve creating a new git repository in your home directory, which can be–at the very least–annoying. Others involve shifting the GIT_DIR environment variable (i.e., the location of the .git directory) into another path, which is better, [...]
repoze.who is great for using authentication within your site, but the documentation is woefully incomplete as to how to actually implement the plugin. And although the Pylons book and wiki contain sparse examples of how to set up your project, they’re still lacking in several key features. Since I’ve spent quite some time working on [...]
Most blogs focus on some common commands–such as uptime, top, etc.–but this list is aimed at more hardcore users, featuring commands that are simply invaluable for system administration–be it personal or professional.
tmux is a BSD-licensed program that offers up more features–and new approaches–to multiplexers.