SSH has come to be my most used protocol besides http. It allows me to fully access a computer, transfer files, and all communications are encrypted (so I feel safe!). Since all my computers are Linux-based, I can use ssh by starting a terminal. However, what If I’m on a computer without an ssh client,… Read more »
Adobe Flash Flash Player 11 beta is out. I immediately installed it per these instructions after downloading the binaries here (via the ~/.mozilla/plugins method). I am so sick of the npviewer.bin process always sucking up my CPU resource. So far, I don’t notice this issue anymore. I really dislike the fact that Adobe doesn’t bother… Read more »
I use LaTeX Beamer whenever I write a a presentation because I’m familiar with LaTeX and want to keep up with the skillset, I prefer to write in plain text, especially in emacs, and I don’t have to spend time working on the how the presentation looks and just have to worry about content. I… Read more »
Although conkeror is my default web browser, I do use Firefox and Chromium sometimes. Found KeySnail on the StumpWM wiki. It let’s me define keybindings in Firefox (default setup has emacs-like keybindings). Now Firefox won’t close when I accidentally press C-q (customized to “unfocus”) and I can use “C-v” and “M-v” when paging through. Cool!
I remember back then when I used Kubuntu, I love Konqueror because I can hit Ctrl and all the links would be highlighted. I just need to type the letters corresponding to the link and Konqueror would take me to that link. I love it because I didnt have to use my mouse or touchpad…. Read more »
Back in the days when I used Kubuntu, I used konqueror because if I hit the CTRL key, all the links would light up with a yellow tag by its side with either a letter or a number (or some character). If I typed that character then konqueror would go to that link’s page. I… Read more »