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This week, I felt like it was time to take a step back from super complex tutorials and get back to basics: the Linux terminal. You know it, you love it (hopefully), but the truth is that it can always be better. You can customize it, tear it apart and put it back together again, make it colorful, make it minimalistic, and so on.
This guide, pointed mostly toward newer Linux/VPS users, will guide you though changing from Bash to Zsh, using tmux, and offers a hint of the "eye candy" that's possible with Zsh.
Perk Up Your VPS: A Better Terminal With Zsh and More
If you have some of your own terminal tips and tricks, I'd love to hear them—hit reply and let me know what you do to make your administration easier. Maybe you'll be featured in a future blog!
We'll likely be taking a break from posting content, and sending this newsletter, for the next few weeks due to the upcoming U.S. holidays. It's about time for us to relax a bit and get ready for 2018. Until then, happy VPS-ing!
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