Tag: linux

  • Show cron jobs as an agenda

    Show cron jobs as an agenda

    As a linux user I also use the cron daemon for controlling when to run tasks. Mostly I don’t interfere with the systems cron jobs, but add my own schedules tasks using the command crontab -e. Reading the cron jobs with crontab -l can be cumbersome and I needed a nicer formatted view of the […]

  • Learn to navigate the linux command line with Terminus – the game

    Learn to navigate the linux command line with Terminus – the game

    Terminus is what you think it is, a game with a purpose of teaching you to use the command line in linux or unix. The command line is the advanced interface that allows you to do a whole lot of work without the need for graphical interface widgets, like windows, buttons and the like. Lots […]

  • Get a nice looking terminal prompt in ubuntu

    Get a nice looking terminal prompt in ubuntu

    The terminal is a non-graphical frontend to the operating system and in linux the most commonly used one is called bash. Normally and I am only guessing here, if you are a terminal user, you don’t spend much time prettifying the look and feel of the command line interface. But if you use a desktop […]

  • Min nære slekt illustrert

    Min nære slekt illustrert

    GRAMPS er et åpent kildekode-program som jeg har installert på Ubuntu linux sudo apt-get install gramps Jeg har lagt inn noen generasjoner og fra menyen kan du generere forskjellige rapporter, men det var en jeg likte spesielt godt: “Fan report”, vist i bildet over.   Rapporten kan defineres på mange måter og mange forskjellige parametere […]