The command line is a powerful tool, but it has a fatal weakness: If the shell perishes, so does your work. To keep your shell and your work alive—even across multiple sessions and dropped connections—use GNU Screen, a windowing system for your console.
Saturday, February 14, 2009
developerworks article on using screen
Speaking UNIX: Stayin' alive with Screen
Right, but what about the experiences that Mozilla chooses to default for users like switching to Yahoo and making that the default upon ...
via VMware blog
Intrusion Detection with Tripwire : "Do this by adding a comma after the severity= line and putting emailto= on the next line, followed...
I really like what Dave Winer has evolved his blog over time. Its not just written posts any more. There are now tabs for various forms of...