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Set Date and Time for Each Command You Execute in Bash History
January 16th, 2017
I think one of the not so well known secrets of Linux sysadmin is the .bash_history file. Very useful if you want to see what a colleague did to break something or even if you forgot how you did something yourself a few months ago. This little trick makes it even more neat and that is the ability to add a timestamp to the file! Read on thanks to techmint ….
By default, all commands executed by Bash on the command line are stored in history buffer or recorded in a file called ~/.bash_history . This means that a system administrator can view a list of commands executed by users on the system or a user can view his/her command […]
Everyone had an issue now and again where they wish there was a quick easy way to get a file back either due to a typo, deleting it by mistake or some script gone mad. Restoring backups tend to take a bit long for those who a busy or less patient, so this handy tool may be just the answer, Usual for sysadmins to add it to their linux toolkit.
When you delete a file accidentally or intentionally on your system using ‘ shift + delete ‘ or delete option or empty Trash, the file content is not destroyed from the hard disk (or any storage media). It is simply removed from the the directory structure and you cannot […]
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In 2012, the research firm Gartner defined the Logical Data Warehouse (LDW) as âa new data management architecture for analytics which combines the strengths of traditional repository warehouses with alternative data management and access strategy.â The idea behind this new creation was that a data warehouse no longer had to be housed in one physical database. What drove this was the proliferation of new sources of data that had to be managed by traditional relational as well as emerging new non-relational data managers.
It's April here at Opensource.com headquarters in Raleigh, NC, where a new season, spring, has begun. It's also time for a new month of awesome open source stories and technologies for you to learn about.Â Did you know we have resources on topics like:
As of right now, if you visit Kodi.tv or Kodimediacenter.org you'll see the standard Homeland Security domain seizure message. With all the news lately surrounding illegal Kodi boxes with piracy software preinstalled either copyright trolls have snared up an innocent project in a domain seizure, or this is one of the best executed April Fools pranks I've seen.
Mark Riedl, the director of Georgia Techâs Entertainment Intelligence Lab, remembers when video games of the 1980s used equations to spew out new variations on their algorithm-generated content, rather than trying to store an entire game space in the limited memory of a personal computer. One early example was the 1980s game âRogue,â with its randomly-generated ASCII maps of monster-infested dungeons.
Matthias Clasen on Friday released version 3.90.0 of the GTK+ tool-kit. Over the earlier GTK4 development releases, GTK+ 3.90.0 now allows a custom renderer to be used by the inspector with the GTK_INSPECTOR_RENDERER environment variable.
A few days ago I wrote about Inputfd as a new Wayland protocol proposal for better supporting gaming devices. Peter Hutterer who drafted the proposal has now released a larger overview on this proposed addition.