Monthly Archives: December 2009

Changing xterm size defaults for good

Here’s a good tip from a fellow blogger which for all those people (like me) who have lots of tweeks and customisations here and there might just get fed up of constantly resizing their xterm settings. Works an absolute treat. … Continue reading

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Why you should implement GUIs/ drop the history

I was chatting today with a colleague today about my frustration at the Oracle dbas not implementing (or having a standard) on GUI deployment on server builds. Some use the Java based Enterprise Manager, some use the command line and … Continue reading

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Joining split files through the OS a classic command example of command line flexibility

If you frequently download large files in many parts then you are probably not a stranger to HJSplit. This application is used to connect these parts back together and is quite frankly completely unnecessary! So how do you do it? … Continue reading

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