The Summer Server Project – Part Two: VM Setup

Recap and Introduction In the last article, I introduced what I plan to be a summer long project – writing a basic web server with the intention of learning more about networking. In this article, I outline what I’ve done in the last few days which, although small, gives a… Read More

The Summer Server Project – Part One: Introduction

Introduction Let me start this article with a not so profound claim: I know nothing about networking. Well, nothing might be overstating things but if I had to pick one area where I lack any semblance of detailed knowledge, all things networking would be my impulse answer. This became really… Read More

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Learning the Commandline – Looking at files

By now you should know your way around the file system and how to move around (if you don’t, go back and read the other articles. This is a series after all ). You may have wondered, “I have all these files, how do I see what’s inside them in… Read More

Learning the Command Line – Editing files

Terminal — nano — test1-1

In this session we are going to learn one way of editing text files in Terminal. Back in the day there was pico. This was the editor part of the Pine mail program used in *nix. It was a very simple plain text editor used to create mail and text… Read More

Review: Corel’s Master your DSLR course (Part One)

DSLR Course

Part One–The Ebooks (check back for Part Two–The DVDs) I’m not an artist—though I like to fancy myself one. I can’t draw, I can’t paint, I can’t sculpt grand masterpieces. But I have a need for an artistic outlet. I’ve always had an interest in photography. In high school—oh so… Read More

Learning the Command Line – Bash Prompts (1)

Terminal — bash — 94×23 2014-03-27 16-38-17 2014-03-27 16-38-20

NOTE: This article assumes you have been following the other articles in this series. Another Note: I can’t take credit for this. I got it from a now defunct website called dotfiles.com. I don’t remember who the original author was and I’ve edited it to suit me. I won’t be… Read More

Learning the Command Line – Shell Scripts

Terminal commands are great but what if you want to have something done every time you login? What if you need to do something on several files or some other repetitive action and don’t want to type in the commands every time. That could get time consuming and dreary. In… Read More