Posts tagged with Bash.

Tutorials | May 01, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 11 min read

Back Up Your Files With rsync And A VPS

With rsync and a VPS with some spare disk space, you can set up an automated backup system to ensure your important local files are safe(r).

13 smart terminal tools to level up your Linux servers
Development | Apr 04, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 21 min read

13 smart terminal tools to level up your Linux servers

The Linux terminal is highly flexible and customizable—here’s 13 surefire way to be more productive and make your Linux server life easier (or prettier!).

An image of Warren Buffett: What Warren Buffett can teach developers about goal-setting
Development | Jan 31, 2019 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

What Warren Buffett can teach developers about their goals

The development community moves fast. Too fast. A simple strategy from a very rich man can help developers set goals and prioritize properly.

One-line wise: one-liners from and for smart devs and admins
Updates | Oct 11, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 5 min read

One-line wise: A new tool for sneaky terminal commands

One-line wise, a new tool developed in-house, is an interactive list of our favorite terminal one-liners, from the invaluable to the downright quirky.

An example from our dotfiles tutorial
Tutorials | Feb 14, 2018 | By Joel Hans | 19 min read

Dotfiles to simplify developing and administering servers

Imagine downloading a repository with git and running a single command to put all your preferences back in place after booting up a new server. Enter our dotfiles tutorial.

Development | Jul 21, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 6 min read

Cheatsheet: Productivity-boosting Bash shortcuts

The default Linux Bash shell might, at first, feel like a rather restrictive environment to work in. Many users get stuck on the inability to select text with the mouse, …

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Tutorials | May 01, 2017 | By Joel Hans | 7 min read

Tutorial: Get More From Terminals With tmux

tmux allows you to switch between several programs within a single terminal—particularly useful when working on a VPS. Let’s dive in to see how it works.