Most Powerful text editors for Ubuntu (12.04 LTS)view story

http://blog.sudobits.com – Ubuntu is the most popular GNU/Linux distribution among the desktop users – including the common users as well as developers. If you’re a programmer who prefer light weight and efficient text editor over the bloated and heavy IDEs then you may want to try some of these text editors (if you haven’t really tried). (HowTos)

How to verify PostgreSQL 9 has installed correctly on a CentOS server?view story

http://serverfault.com – I'm trying to install the PG (postgres) gem on a CentoOS server, but it keeps saying Postgres is too old, even though I have upgraded it to 9.1.3 (as per the instructions here http://www.davidghedini.com/pg/entry/install_postgresql_9_on_centos). I am using CentOS 5.8 (and Ruby 1.9.3) Here is the error message: Building native extensions. (HowTos)

How to know the root device size of some public AMI?view story

http://serverfault.com – Since I do not want to pay money for my testing, the free limit size is 10G. I can know the root device root for some default AMI such as Amazon Linux AMI 2012.03 The Amazon Linux AMI 2012.03 is an EBS-backed, PV-GRUB image. (HowTos)

Can't understand this script. bash <<(curl -s http://xxx.com)view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – In a rails book, the author wrote the script to install ruby rvm. bash <<(curl -s https://rvm.beginrescueend.com/install/rvm) But I don't understand how it works. Could you explain this? (HowTos)

Dealing with Double Loops, Arrays and GREPview story

http://www.unix.com – Can someone please help me to learn how to deal with loops, arrays and grep? I have two arrays (lets say I and j) each in a separate file Quote: Ruby, Kate, Askley, John …. Smith, Brown, Green, Casey, … And have file with lines of data I need to extract, such as Ruby Smith: some text hereRuby Smith: some other text hereRuby Brown: some text he (HowTos)

[SOLVED] gem installs packages only to home directoryview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I tried to reinstall whole ruby package and it shows after installThe default location of gem installs is $HOME/.gem/ruby Add the following line to your PATH if you plan to install using gem $(ruby -rubygems -e "puts Gem.user_dir")/bin If you want to install to the system wide location, you must either: edit /etc/gemrc or run gem with the --no-user-install flag.I corrected gemrc and now (HowTos)

What's the standard for indentation in shell scripts?view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Java community use 4 spaces as the unit of indentation. 1 Ruby community use 2 spaces that is generally agreed-upon. 2 What's the standard for indentation in shell scripts? 2 or 4 spaces or 1 tab? (HowTos)

Has anyone managed to build php5-xapian on Ubuntu 12.04?view story

http://serverfault.com – As Xapian's been dropped from the Ubuntu repositories, I'm attempting to build my own .deb from the instructions here: http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.search.xapian.general/8855 http://beeznest.wordpress.com/2011/07/06/howto-build-your-own-binaries-o... I can only get things to progress beyond the first few seconds by leaving out 'rm debian/control', but if I d (HowTos)

Ubuntu ruby on railsview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi, I am a php developer and I decided to learn ruby on rails. I have a few question. I have an ubuntu virtual machine with lamp. It mean that it has alrweady php and when I access the ip of the machine from my browser it does load the index.php. if I install ruby on rails will theere be collision between the php and ruby or the server just know that if I ask for ruby file or for php. (HowTos)

Calxeda Demos ARM Server Running Ubuntu at UDSview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Linux dedicated servers are very widely used and recently, Calexda - a manufacturer of ARM servers - has unveiled a new server unit at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Oakland (California). In this event, Calxeda's Vice President of Marketing, Karl Freund, showed off one of the company's servers loaded with several of the EnergyCore units running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. (Distributions)