First I like to congrats to the team of Statler for this excelent product of them. I really like this distribution. I'm new in this of linux and i'm more of graffic enviroment, but I like to learn some more. Do you know some image or something like that with the basic command of the shell and their use?and...
does anyone know how to produce a similar result?(essentially tying the windows terminal to the open program)
For example, when you run "emacs" in bash (or another linux terminal) it will produce an output into the open terminal until the program is terminated (or silenced with emacs &)
I want to be able to reproduce this effect on windows, but have no idea how, running start(and similar comm
I am looking for a P2P program similar to limewire. I have used Limewire on linux before and enjoyed it. Unfortunatly the limewire website does not have a .rpm file to download. Is there a program that is similar to limewire that has a .rpm download option?
Suppose I have a working application written in Python on some Linux distribution, I would like to know if it is possible to produce an executable for Windows within Linux, with pyinstaller or another similar program, and how to create some kind of Windows installer for that program that will place the program and some data in a relevant directory. Any advice is welcomed!