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I am looking for a great #CLI / #Linux commands tutorial. It should be approachable for someone who is completely new to Linux and the CLI. Preferably it is also understandable to those who have only little technical knowledge about computers but would like to learn.

Please RT / boost!

Programming in C can be very satisfying if you lower your productivity expectations sufficiently. I mean, OK it took me an hour to write the 1001st string splitting function in this code, but it's very elegant and probably only has 3 memory bugs in it.

Estimates for how long it will take to finish features are to software development like science fiction is to science.


Major love and respect to the Polish MP’s who co-ordinated their outfits to create a rainbow flag at the swearing in for their homophobic president Andrzej Duda 🏳️‍🌈


My public library provides me with an RSS feed with updates on my reservations and loans. Password protected and everything.

This is so much better than the 90s.

please boost so people can find my silly little instance

No, I don’t want to sign up to your newsletter. Any chance of an RSS feed?

I don't often wonder this, but right now I wonder if it might be, you know .... a bit much

On my agenda for tomorrow before I start work: tighten up some wording in a document so it's less tautological and also doesn't repeat itself so much.

big fan of radical left-wing ideologies like "compassion" and "treating people with respect"

Sometimes the problem isn't that your physical hard drive is of the wrong size for your RAID array. Instead, the problem may be that your new drive is formatted with LUKS2 instead of LUKS1, for full-disk encryption.

That was a stressful half hour, while debugging that.

It's wrong to take advantage of gullible people. But it can be funny.

Another day, another social media post proclaiming RSS to be dead, delivered to me via an RSS feed.

There's nothing like waking up late on a Sunday morning and see a warning about a degraded RAID array.

I'm enjoying my bi-weekly meeting with Daniel about our hobby project, Subplot. Yes, a one-two hour meeting every second Sunday. And we keep minutes.

Maybe I've gone nutty in my middle age.

Last Friday of July: happy #sysadmin appreciation day! Don't forget your backups, and show your appreciation to your local sysadmin :-) Our special thanks to the Debian System Administrators (DSA) for caring about the Debian infrastructure, today and every day

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Lars and friends