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.
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
By default proc is mounted in a way that allows inspection of other users processes by any account on the system. This can be a security risk if attacker gets hold of one of the accounts on the machine as it can freely inspect processes and gather information that it
ProcFS in Linux has many useful information about process and its status. In this particular case I’ll show you how to determine progress while copying the file with cp. Same principle can be used for many other situations as well; like importing MySQL dump or whatever you comes up on
Ever since Symless (company behind Synergy product) has published “cloud based Synergy 2 service” I had nothing but problems and headaches with it. The major issue that I have had was that it simply wouldn’t pass the mouse/keyboard control to other configured screen. THIS IS THE SOLE PURPOSE FOR THIS
Some of the shortcuts I find useful in Vim, but sometimes I fail to remember some of them :-) Navigation gj and gk – move down and up by virtual lines gg – beginning of the file G – end of file 25G – 25th line w – beginning of
These days, one of the drives on one of my machines started developing bad habits of reallocating blocks which is an early sign that drive might go bad. To prevent such misfortune I decided to replace it with a new one. Once the old drive was yanked out and new
When I set up ZFS on my main rig I was kind of doing it “fast as possible” and haven’t paid attention to much details. Recently, I wanted to customize my setup a bit so here’s how I migrated my /home to another ZFS dataset. Setup was as follows: There
Here’s the link to the excellent guide on how to install Mastodon instance on FreeBSD. If you’re doing it in FreeBSD Jail you may find use for “Installing PostgreSQL in FreeBSD jail” article.
CSH is the default shell for root user on FreeBSD system. Basic usage is pretty much the same as any other shell like bash, zsh, fish or whatever. Until you try to execute some bash specific for loops, or attempt to use Delete key. Whaaaat? – Yes, apparently delete doesn’t