How To Customize Your Linux Interface — Part 1

Your keyboard and mouse are your interface to Linux, so you should customize them to match your personal tastes and habits. First of all, make sure that the has the correct keyboard layout, so you get the correct character when you press a key. But beyond that very fundamental step, you may want to remap […]
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How to Make the vi Editor in UNIX Even More Powerful and Friendly

The vi editor is the standard editor for the UNIX family of operating systems. It will be there, and as long as you get your terminal type correctly defined (VT100 is usually a safe and adequate choice), it will work. It doesn’t need graphics, and it does not rely on having the special keys defined. […]
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How Does Linux Boot? Part 6: Replacing init With systemd – What You Need to Know

Last week I mentioned that systemd has replaced the traditional init program in Linux. Let’s see some capabilities it adds! Systemd organizes tasks into units which can include initializing hardware, mounting file systems, and starting services that will daemonize and run in the background. The active units are those which are enabled (that is, configured […]
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