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Posts tagged 'linux'

August 23, 2016

Building static executables in C++

Find some hints on how to build reusable statically linked C++ binaries with the help of docker
July 22, 2015

How to fix or modify gentoo ebuilds

Lately I had to fix some gentoo ebuild package - I describe a few possibilities I found how to do that.
December 14, 2014

god: watch file descriptors

I wrote a tiny extension for god in order to watch the number of open file descriptors of a running process.
December 13, 2014

Running ejabberd in docker using god

See how you can run a god controlled ejabberd instance inside a docker container
June 26, 2013

Get going with vim

Useful plugins and settings you may want to know when using vim for programming
April 7, 2013

Using distcc with your Raspberry Pi

Using gentoo on your Raspberry Pi may sound like a suboptimal choice considering the awful long compile times. To speed things up you can setup your main workstation to serve as a distcc build server.
November 11, 2012

Raspberry Pi running gentoo

A short installation walkthrough on how to get the Raspberry pi to run gentoo linux
October 3, 2011

Vagrant - console wrapper for VirtualBox

Vagrant is a nice and convenient tool to dynamically build configurable, lightweight and portable virtual machines using Oracle's VirtualBox.
October 3, 2011

RVM - ruby version manager

RVM is a pretty convenient ruby version manager that enables easy management of parallel ruby environments.
May 29, 2010

Unzipping without path structure

Ever wanted to unzip files from a zip archive without wanting to extract the directory structure?
May 20, 2010

Changing X11 resolution on-the-fly

Changing X11 resolution on-the-fly without restarting the Xserver
April 18, 2009

Site of the moment: github

Time to get into social coding with git: join github.com
April 18, 2009

Random vim hints

I just picked some random vim stuff you might find useful
April 17, 2009

dwm - incredible tiling wm

dwm is a dynamic tiled window manager for X11
December 20, 2007

Clean your system with udept

In order to clean up your portage-installed packages there is a great tool called udept