Grsync is a simple frontend to rsync tool. It comes with many rsync options but nothing about ssh.
I’ve found the solution in this thread. It’s pretty easy and obvious once one knows.
Here is a short but very handy (at least for me 😉 ) chaetsheet for vim commands
I’ve just got a brand new dedicated server. I’ve installed an ubuntu server 9.04 and default locale was configured to fr_FR.FR@euro (which is ISO). My first try to change this to UTF-8 was to run :
Gospy-applet is a Gnome applet that monitors changes on servers and web pages. You can add an illimited number of sources to monitor. It is possible to detect changes in HTTP header fields, IP associated with domain name, page content, page status, page load time and so on.
I write this post mainly as a reminder, but it might be also usefull for some people.
Requirements : openssh-client
Many extensions aren’t compatible with firefox 3 and then are disabled. But most of them would work.
Here’s a little workaround for this issue.
Here is the apt-get command to install a basic lamp environment on ubuntu hardy 8.04 with some “quick start help” commands.
Here’s a short type to handle arguments given like this to a bash script :
./my_script -arg value
Here’s an (non exhaustive) list of mac menu compatible themes for gtk :
- snow leopard
- kougyoku black
- and more kougyoku (make a search on http://gnome-look.org )
You can also hack your theme, like I did. I edited the gtkrc file of the theme I use. (the gtkrc file of your theme is located under ~/.themes/[YOUR_THEME_NAME]/gtk-2.0/gtkrc)
here’s the code I added in my gtkrc file :
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