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Optimize your Linux desktop to better meet your needs with these must-have GNOME 3 shell extensions.
- Responsive CSS Truncate and Ellipsis | Jason Graves
I’ve found an interesting way to implement CSS text truncation in a responsive setting that can be used with responsive layouts such as Pure, Bootstrap, etc.
- Setting nano or pico as default editor in CentOS instead of Vi
If you prefer nano to the vi editor in Linux, or if you have a bad habit of typing pico to start your editor you can fix that relatively quickly and easily in CentOS.
- Understanding, setting up, accessing and serving media files and static files in Django
- What is the easiest way to remove all packages installed by pip?
I've found this snippet as an alternative solution. It's a more graceful removal of libraries than remaking the virtualenv
- Rsync Show Progress Bar While Copying Files
I am a new Unix user. I am using rsync to upload and download a large size files. Is there a way to display the progress bar for file? How do I show progress while copying files using rsync locally or remotely on Linux or Unix like operating systems?
- From OSX to Ubuntu
A year earlier I decided to switch from OSX to Ubuntu, so now is a good time to make a little retrospective. TL;DR: Linux now offers a pleasant desktop user experience and there's no way back for me.
- Taking Your Product Across Cultures by Lisa Long
Once you’re established in one culture, how do you know what questions to ask to take your product to the next one? It’s hard, says Long, and even those with deep pockets get it wrong.
- Remove RPI Logo on startup
You can remove the RaspberryPi logos from the screen when the pi is booting with raspbian by adding logo.nologo to /boot/cmdline.txt
- ModMyPi | How to rotate your touchscreen output
In one of the recent Raspbian updates they have changed the orientation of the LCD output and touch coordinates. This could be a problem for you if you purchased a case and stand that has a fixed orientation. Fear not! It's really easy to flip it back round...