En tant qu’adminsys, le terminal est probablement l’application dans laquelle je passe le plus de temps. Du coup, afin d’être le plus efficace possible, ça vaut peut-être le coup d’apprendre à s’en servir efficacement. Notamment via les raccourcis clavier qui peuvent permettre de gagner en confort et en temps.
In this article, we will share a number of cool command-line programs that you can use in a Linux terminal. By the end of this article, you will learn about some free, open source, and exciting, text-based tools to help you do more with boredom on the Command line.
The Unix shell is one of my favorite inventions ever. It's genius, plain and simple. The idea is that the user environment is a Turing-complete, declarative programming language. It has a dead-simple model for dealing with I/O and concurrency, which are notoriously difficult in most other languages.
There’s a great MSR demo from 2012 that shows the effect of latency on the experience of using a tablet. If you don’t want to watch the three minute video, they basically created a device which could simulate arbitrary latencies down to a fraction of a millisecond.
We aim to collect practical, well-explained bash one-liners, and promote best practices in shell scripting.