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killersheep – Silly game for Vim version 8.2

Sunday, December 15th, 2019

killersheep – Silly game for Vim version 8.2

Vim is my favorite text editor and version 8.2 released. The new version includes support for popup windows and text properties. Popup windows can be used for many purposes. For example, a list of choices can be displayed, where the user selects an entry with keys or with the mouse. There is also a new vim game released named as killersheep to show you new capabilities of Vim. Let us see how to install and play killersheep.
killersheep - Silly game for vim version 8.2

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Gracefully Restart Nginx Web Server After Changes Made In a Config File

Sunday, December 15th, 2019

Gracefully Restart Nginx Web Server After Changes Made In a Config File

I know how to gracefully restart Apache web server under Unix like operating system. I made changes to nginx.conf. How do I gracefully restart Nginx web server? How do I make changes in a Nginx server config file to take effect without restarting the Nginx server itself without interrupting users’ current session?

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How to install htop on OpenSUSE Linux using zypper

Sunday, December 15th, 2019

How to install htop on OpenSUSE Linux using zypper

I am a new sysadmin of OpenSUSE Linux operating system. How do I install htop on OpenSUSE using the zypper command?

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Linux check the physical health of a USB stick [ Flash drive ]

Friday, December 13th, 2019

Linux check the physical health of a USB stick [ Flash drive ]

How do I check the physical health of a USB stick in Linux operating systems? How do I check USB flash drive in Linux? Can you tell me Linux command to test and detect bad sector in USB flash memory or pen drives?

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BASH Shell Test If a File Is Writable or Not

Thursday, December 12th, 2019

BASH Shell Test If a File Is Writable or Not

How can you test if a file is writable under UNIX / Linux bash shell scripting and programming language?

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How to see Time-To-Live (TTL) for a DNS record

Thursday, December 12th, 2019

How to see Time-To-Live (TTL) for a DNS record

How do I see Time-To-Live (TTL) for a DNS record using Linux, macOS, *BSD, or Unix-like systems command line option? How do I find my DNS TTL?

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How to test and validate DNSSEC using dig command line

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

How to test and validate DNSSEC using dig command line

How do I test and validate DNSSEC using the dig command line under Linux, macOS, *BSD, and Unix-like systems?

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How to add bash auto completion in CentOS 8 Linux

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

How to add bash auto completion in CentOS 8 Linux

I set up a new cloud server, but my auto-completion of bash shell commands are not working. How do I enable autocomplete feature in CentOS 8 (CentOS Enterprise Linux 8)? How do I write simple bash completion code in CentOS 8?

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How to set rsync speed limit from eating all bandwidth

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

How to set rsync speed limit from eating all bandwidth

The rsync command is eating all my bandwidth from a backup script and generating tons of I/O. How do I set a limit for file transfer speed of rsync command on Linux or Unix-like system? How can I keep my rsync script from using all of my bandwidth?

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How to set rsync speed limit from eating all bandwidth

Wednesday, December 11th, 2019

How to set rsync speed limit from eating all bandwidth

The rsync command is eating all my bandwidth from a backup script and generating tons of I/O. How do I set a limit for file transfer speed of rsync command on Linux or Unix-like system? How can I keep my rsync script from using all of my bandwidth?

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