For ex: vim is easy to pick up based on my need; and this section is the fastest growing. A single command with a tag, that appends to the appropriate log files; which can later be assembled and published as necessary.
keep in mind: implement the easy viewings of such a conglomerate of log files under one header: there’s a very nice effect upon viewing such agglutinated progress.
besides the logs of a LOT more pursuits can be added other than this one. labradoc redux.
jrnl.shdoes serve this purpose, though I think I’d like to give a bespoke solution a shot!
XF86_________something something. I can’t keep pulling up alsamixer or pavuctl every time ffs.
i3lockon lid close.
/usr/local/bin/bashto .profile – this executes bash upon startup, where I have colours and pwd in the prompt. This means I have to exit twice to logoff FIXED
execwith the bash path in
.profilereplaces the current shell instead of invoking and nesting. A single logout works!
ls; indicating types of files: dirs, executables, etc.
ls –color=auto/alwaysought to do it?
lsdoes not seem to accept –options. vim does. why?
mkhomepage? (not too enthused – not very inclined to learn HTML)
find/learn a protocol to push/download files. DONE:
scp sourcefile login@host:/path/to/destination/file scp login@host:/path/to/source/file downloded_file_name
How do you access the local system from within a login session?
ssh -Rportsis a solution where ports are reverse forwarded from the remote machine to the local machine.
SSHFS : sort of solves the above problem by mounting the remote system as fuse. Way more convenient for transfer:
sshfs <username>@host: /path/to/mountpoint fusermount -u /path/to/mountpoint
Retrieve labradoc as a markdown file: DONE
pandoc -s -r html http://labradoc.com/i/zzalpha/p/just-a-log -o justalog_pandoc.md
Convert markdown file as html: DONE
pandoc justalog_pandoc.md -t html -o justalog.html
markdown source.md > destination.mddoes a better job than pandoc out of the box. More pandoc research?
index.html houses the default text/links for each directory.
post links from index.html: DONE
<a href="link_address"> link_text </a>
restrict width, color, background-color … check the files.
gopher://links to a terminal with lynx. or VF1.
unbind d, bind dd to close tabs. DONE
:unbind, but these do not persist across sessions.
markdown: syntax colouring: DONE
would like something to do with automatic list continuation upon pressing enter.
!insert_your_commandhelps run compiles/renders within vim.
autocmd BuffWritePostsomething something.