Tag Archives: Linux

Unix Text Manipulation Introduction

Found this gem when trolling /r/Programming, it’s an IBM’s DeveloperWorks article on text manipulation in Unix. Always fun stuff.

It’s written by Brad Yoes and here is the link.
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-unixtext/index.html

Also where is why I love DeveloperWorks articles, links to other content. Here is what you can find you fall down the rabbit hole.

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Arch Linux in 5 Minutes

Alright I love Arch Linux but it can take forever to setup. There happens to be another distro called Arch Bang and it’s a pre-configured Arch Linux OS. If you did set up Arch Linux, this Arch Bang OS will probably be identical to your custom Arch Linux. It’s also worth remembering that Arch Bang is setup to use all default update servers and you should probably comment out (#) any server you don’t want to use. When your going through the install process, hopefully you’ll come across the config file and can make the changes with the nano editor. If not you can head to the Arch Linux Beginner’s Guide and start reading. Continue reading