Yaroslav de la Peña Smirnov

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Intro to Linux and the Bash command line, pt III

Published on Jan. 11, 2019, 8:23 p.m., by

New year, new post. In this third, and most probably final part of these tutorial/guide series I will be mentioning some useful commands and programs usually present in most standard linux installations. I will be talking especially about programs/commands to manipulate text output from programs and files. I will also talk a little bit about regular expressions, a powerful tool to perform searches inside text strings.

Intro to Linux and the Bash command line, pt II

Published on Dec. 31, 2018, 9:20 a.m., by

In this part I will be writing about some more aspects of Linux and Unix-like systems and tools that will come in handy when using the terminal. All or most of these tools are a standard part of Linux and Unix/Unix-like systems.

Intro to Linux and the Bash command line

Published on Nov. 5, 2018, 11:53 p.m., by

Recently I decided to introduce a friend of mine to the wonderful world of Linux, and like when someone moves to a completely new town, you have to help that friend get around town and learn about how things work in this new town, where are all the places of interest, etc. And so it is, in someway, when someone decides to make the move to a new OS, they have to get used to the new environment and make new habits, especially regarding Linux. Therefore, I decided to write this tutorial for my friend, and anybody who decided to try Linux, and want to learn to use more effectively, that is, with a higher level of skill than an average user.

How to break pip, and how to repair it...

Published on Aug. 3, 2018, 10 p.m., by

Sometimes a program may suggest to you something, and you may following said program's suggestion, because, why not, you trust the devs because they've done an amazing job developing the program, and heck, they should know what they are doing with their tools.