Ivan Tomica

Ivan Tomica

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Sysadmin on the everlasting journey of learning. Always in search for an opportunity to prove myself and to learn something new. My addiction is learning and my main goal is to excel in every aspect of Linux/Unix system administration.

Atlassian Confluence in Docker

Recently I’ve been tasked to set up Confluence server installation. One of my friends was in need and I decided it would be nice to play a bit with the whole setup. As this is pro-bono and really not quite production install (meaning they use it, but it is not

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Fixing URxvt copy/paste

URxvt, or if you wish to call it rxvt-unicode, has this weird thing turned on by default where it binds ctrl+shift keys to all sorts of insanity (keycap picture insert mode and stuff like that). Dammit, I want my “normal” terminal behavior back! By “normal” I think that if I

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Weechat IRC client with ZNC

Although I don’t use IRC as much as I used to do I still have ZNC set up to connect and keep me joined in channels. As Weechat is my preferred IRC client here are the settings I use to connect my accounts to the ZNC bouncer. Here’s further explanations

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Hide Tab-Bar in Firefox Quantum

When Firefox decided to change the shell of the browser and move to WebExtensions (same format of extensions as used by Chrome) you have not been able to change the interface as you wished anymore via browser extension. I was using TabMix Plus, and later one Tree Style Tab extensions

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Mutt – superb TUI email client

I’ve been using Mutt for quite some time now and I find it great due to many things such as: Very lightweight – I’m able to use it on any machine without making the machine unresponsive like with Thunderbird or Evolution when they decide to pull all of the 20-30

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Firefox’s address-bar shortcuts

Prefix thing you’re searching for with: ^ for matches in your browsing history. * for matches in your bookmarks. % for matches in your currently open tabs. # for matches in page titles. @ for matches in web addresses.

Useful bash shortcuts

Moving around: CTRL + A # beginning of the current line CTRL + E # end of the current line Alt + F # one word forward Alt + B # one word back Text manipulation: CTRL + U # delete characters before cursor CTRL + K # delete characters

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