Tags related to 'linux'

All commands | commandlinefu.com
Category:
All commands | commandlinefu.com
commandlinefu.com is the place to record those command-line gems that you return to again and again.

Delete that bloated snippets file you've been using and share your personal repository with the world. That way others can gain from your CLI wisdom and you from theirs too. All commands can be commented on, discussed and voted up or down.

GNOME Human Interface Guidelines
Category:
GNOME Human Interface Guidelines
This document tells you how to create applications that look right, behave properly, and fit into the GNOME user interface as a whole. It is written for interface designers, graphic artists and software developers who will be creating software for the GNOME environment. Both specific advice on making effective use of interface elements, and the philosophy and general design principles behind the GNOME interface are covered.
VisualBasic.NET support - Mono
Category:
VisualBasic.NET support - Mono
A new Visual Basic.NET framework is under development, and it consists of two components: a new VB.NET compiler written in VB.NET (developed by Rolf Bjarne Kvinge) and a new VB.NET runtime developed completely in VB.NET under development at Mainsoft by Rafael Mizrahi and Boris Kirzner.

The new runtime is being developed in VB.NET and does no longer require the ILASM and Perl hacks that were required to implement the Visual Basic runtime as we did in the past. The new runtime also contains a large collection of regression tests to ensure that the quality of the runtime, something that we did not have in the past.

git-introduction.pdf
Category:
git-introduction.pdf
A presentation explaining the basics of GIT usage and it's similarities with SVN
Umbrello UML Modeller
Category:
Umbrello UML Modeller
Umbrello UML Modeller is a Unified Modelling Language diagram programme for KDE. UML allows you to create diagrams of software and other systems in a standard format. Our handbook gives a good introduction to Umbrello and UML modelling.

Gmail Filesystem - GmailFS
Category:
Gmail Filesystem - GmailFS
Gmail Filesystem provides a mountable Linux filesystem which uses your Gmail account as its storage medium. Gmail Filesystem is a Python application and uses the FUSE userland filesystem infrastructure to help provide the filesystem, and libgmail to communicate with Gmail.

GmailFS supports most file operations such as read, write, open, close, stat, symlink, link, unlink, truncate and rename. This means that you can use all your favourite unix command line tools to operate on files stored on Gmail (e.g. cp, ls, mv, rm, ln, grep etc. etc.).

Gambas
Category:
Gambas - Gambas Almost Means Basic
Gambas is a quite impressive Visual Basic alternative for Linux. With an interpreter in less than 180Kb, it's a great tool to create small utilities and tools for the eee :)
Easy Automated Snapshot-Style Backups with Rsync
Category:
Easy Automated Snapshot-Style Backups with Rsync
This document describes a method for generating automatic rotating "snapshot"-style backups on a Unix-based system

r-sync based snapshot backups
Lazy Linux: 10 essential tricks for admins
Category:
Lazy Linux: 10 essential tricks for admins
Learn these 10 tricks and you'll be the most powerful Linux® systems administrator in the universe...well, maybe not the universe, but you will need these tips to play in the big leagues. Learn about SSH tunnels, VNC, password recovery, console spying, and more. Examples accompany each trick, so you can duplicate them on your own systems.

MogileFS
Category:
MogileFS
MogileFS is a open source distributed filesystem. Its properties and features include:

* No single point of failure - storage nodes, trackers, and the tracker's databases can be run on multiple machines. A minimum of 2 machines is recommended.
* Automatic file replication - files are automatically replicated between several different storage nodes.
* Flat Namespace - Files are identified by named keys in a flat, global namespace. You can create as many namespaces as you'd like, so multiple applications with potentially conflicting keys can run on the same MogileFS installation.
* Shared-Nothing -- MogileFS doesn't depend on a pricey SAN with shared disks. Every machine maintains its own local disks.

This little beauty is an open source distributed filesystem from the author of the excellent memcached.
It features functionalities available only in very expensive commercial grids.
You can build something the size of Flickr with this.