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08/28/2014 01:04:09

slap

onethingwell:

Slap

slap is a Sublime-like terminal-based text editor that strives to make editing from the terminal easier. It has:

  • first-class mouse support
  • GUI editor-like keybindings*
  • copying/pasting with OS clipboard support
  • undo/redo
  • syntax highlighting for many languages
  • a Sublime-like file sidebar
  • select word to highlight other occurrences; double-click to select word
  • easy-to-use finding with regex support
  • bracket matching

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08/25/2014 00:22:12

PromyLOPh/pianobar

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08/24/2014 07:15:42


vtclock, a text-mode full-screen digital clock.

vtclock, a text-mode full-screen digital clock.

(Source: onethingwell)

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08/24/2014 07:15:25

Jupiter

Jupiter is a light weight power and hardware control applet for Linux. It is designed to improve battery life of a portable Linux computer by integrating with the operating system and changing parameters of the computer based on battery or powered connection.

(Source: onethingwell)

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08/24/2014 07:13:31

Using dmenu to open files in Vim

onethingwell:

An interesting alternative to the various file finding/opening plugins for Vim using the excellent dmenu.

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08/24/2014 07:10:40

3 Steps: Switching to Awesome Window Manager in #!

codelinks:

This small little tutorial will get you running Awesome Window Manager instead of the default (open-box WM) in #! Linux 11 (“Waldorf” release).

Edit: If you want more steps and detail, this how-to for Debian works great too.

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1 .- An Awesome New World: Installing Awesome WM

sudo...

(via mcx)

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08/24/2014 07:09:28

Build a Killer Customized Arch Linux Installation (and Learn All About Linux in the Process)

(Source: awasim)

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08/24/2014 07:08:04

onethingwell:


jrootmenu is a contextual menu launcher for Linux.
 See also
9menu

onethingwell:

jrootmenu is a contextual menu launcher for Linux.

 See also

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08/24/2014 07:05:51

Try Git

onethingwell:

A fifteen-minute interactive introduction to git—if you’ve never used it before, this is a great way to familiarise yourself with the basics. It’ll even push the repository you work with during the tutorial to a Github account, so you can explore further without fear of mucking up.

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08/24/2014 07:04:29

Free Programming Ebooks | Directory of freely available programming related ebooks.

(Source: dianalange)

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08/21/2014 23:04:11

pycp

cp and mv with a progress bar

(Source: onethingwell)

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08/21/2014 23:03:46

etile

etile is a simple manual window tiling program running on Linux/X.

Features:

  • Lightweight (single executable)
  • Multiple monitor support
  • 2 modes. etile can either run in background and handle hotkeys or you can issue an one-off command from command line. This can be useful if you want hotkeys handled by your WM.

(Source: onethingwell)

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07/18/2014 15:33:25

qmenu

onethingwell:

Tool for creating simple menu in linux environments

In a terminal, using ncurses.

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07/14/2014 00:29:19

cv - Coreutils Viewer

This tool can be described as a Tiny Dirty Linux Only C command that looks for coreutils basic commands (cp, mv, dd, tar, gzip/gunzip, cat, …) currently running on your system and displays the percentage of copied data.

It can now also display an estimated throughput (using -w flag).

It’s probably easy to add a progress, show estimated time, and with a bit more work, provide a “top-like” mode with more accurate informations.

https://github.com/Xfennec/cv

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06/04/2014 16:22:54

onethingwell:


Bend, a new text editor for Windows.

onethingwell:

Bend, a new text editor for Windows.

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