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URXVT - Terminal for Geeks

What’s URxvt? As a linux user, I spend most of my time in terminal emulators. There are alot of emulators available today but none can beat rxvt-unicode. The biggest problem most new linux users face is how to configure it. Today I’ll explain how you can use it to your needs. Most distributions package it with less features enabled. I always compile it from source. So let’s start and in the end you’ll end up with a perfect terminal emulator.

How to install fonts in Linux

I have been using different distributions in my machines. A term which is called in our linux community distrohopping. On different distributions/machines, it’s pain to collect packages you can’t live without. For me and maybe for you too, the fonts are the part of OS which at least I care about the most. Fonts path Different linux distributions package fonts in with different names. So I decided to add the fonts to my dotfiles.

use sudo with no password

In Unix world, we shouldn’t use administrator user without some important stuff which needs access to it. There is a utility sudo we can use to have administrator access. But everytime you invoke it, it asks for your user’s password. Today, I’m going to guide you, how you can use sudo without password. Once you install Debian, you get some option to create a user. And if you choose the option, “Don’t use root for login”, this new user becomes privileged user by default.

My Email Setup

why commandline? TL;DR powerful and efficient! I have been creating multiple accounts for email since 2009. Some of the accounts I still have them in 2019 and others I don’t have access to. I realized that having your own email server on your own domain is a good thing. So I started creating mail server. I did that well. Learned a lot. ;(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}) As you know I like things to keep minimalistic yet powerful than most written GUI apps.

Google Chrome for deiban and derived distributions

You’ll have to admit google chrome is super fast. Along with other plugins I love to use it as main browser. But unfortunately it isn’t in debian repositories. So how to install it? Here is the procedure you can follow to get latest chrome from google. 1 2 3 $ echo 'deb [arch=amd64] http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main' | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list > /dev/null $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install -y google-chrome-stable ;(adsbygoogle = window.