VIM Tutor – Getting Started With VIM

[gallery size="medium" ids="3606,3605,3604"] Practice Makes Perfect With VIM Tutor Practice is important when you are trying to master a new skill. This is why going through tutorials and testing your skills with practice is important. This s true when learning how to use command line tools under Linux. Take VIM for example, VIM is a…

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4 Things That Drive Me Mad About Open Source

Since discovering Open Source I have been a big advocate for Open Source software. But there are 4 things that simply bug me about Open Source software. These things include lack of desktop adoption and missing major well-known applications. These are a few things that drive me mad about Open Source software. Missing Major Well-known…

10 things I love about Open Source

Open Source software is great and I find myself advocating for its use constantly. So I got thinking, what are some of the reason that I love Open Source Software? I’ll go over some of my favorite reason I like Open Source software. Freedom to use or not use Variety in software Tinker/Hacker friendly Privacy…

Restoring a LiveUSB in Linux

Have you ever made a LiveUSB to boot a Linux distro and found when formatting the usb disk space is lost. For example I made a LiveUSB on a 4GB usb drive and when I formatted it on a Windows machine it only made 4MB available. I was stumped for awhile as to why but…