Here are the slides for the Getting Things Done Under Linux that I presented at Penguicon 2014:
(And if you're interested I've posted the source for the slides up on github: https://github.com/craigmaloney/gtd_under_linux)read more
If you ever run into "too many authentication attempts" on sshing to a host, you'll want to add "IdentitiesOnly yes" in your ssh config. GNOME (Ubuntu et. al) helpfully throw all of your keys under .ssh into ssh-agent on login. It will then try each and every one of them …read more
It's hard to remember a time before distributed version control systems became the norm. When Git, bzr, and hg started being used there was a culture shock. Where does the central repository live? Who can commit, and to where? How to I merge several developers' work together into one repo …read more
This morning, I had a problem with my sound not working on my Ubuntu 12.04 machine. Strange, as it usually works. Whenever I'd log out, I'd hear the familiar Ubuntu conga "dadadump", so sound was working, just not for my user account.
So, I rebooted my machine, and reminded …read more
I'll be presenting "A Brief History of UNIX" at MUG on December 13th (That's the second Tuesday of the month, for those of you wishing to make MUG meetings a regular part of their monthly diet). There's an awful lot of history surrounding the UNIX operating system, and my hope …read more
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