Edit a spreadsheet in the console?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Is there a console editor for spreadsheets? I was considering just editing .sql files (with vim) but it's a little ugly. A CSV layout sounds better than SQL but it would be nice to have the regular grid like in graphical spreadsheet editors. (HowTos)

Vim not colouring the end of lines when run inside screenview story

http://superuser.com – When vim is started inside of gnu screen it does not colour the background after text. Screen looks like it should be setup for handling 256 colours correctly: $ screen $ tput colors 256 $ echo $term xterm-256colors OS & Shell I am using: $ cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux WS release 4 (Nahant Update 9) $echo $shell /bin/tcsh The Colour test looks like it is working o (HowTos)

How to Install Zenoss Core for Monitoring on Linux CentOS / RHELview story

http://www.thegeekstuff.com – Zenoss is an open source agentless monitoring tool. The main advantage of zenoss is that you don’t need to install any software on the client side for monitoring. Zenoss has the following two versions: Zenoss Core (this is free) Zenoss Enterprise. This is also called as Zenoss Resource Manager, which is a paid version. (HowTos)

Send keystrokes to a process on Consoleview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – If I have a terminal with a shell open, how can I write a shell script (any scripting language is ok with me!) that will send a keystroke to any one of the running processes? As an example, how could I call a function that sends Esc,:,wq,enter to the Vim process, assuming I know its PID? Is there an executable that could provide this API? Alternatively, could I do this with something like Tmux? (HowTos)

Laggy performance with Nvidia driverview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – cat /etc/mkinitcpio.conf# vim:set ft=sh # MODULES # The following modules are loaded before any boot hooks are # run. Advanced users may wish to specify all system modules # in this array. For instance: # MODULES="piix ide_disk reiserfs" MODULES="" # BINARIES # This setting includes any additional binaries a given user may # wish into the CPIO image. (HowTos)

DD-WRT Optwareview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – I am reading about installing Optware into a router and have read that if I want to modify the Asiablock IP addresses I need to use VI editor. What is VI editor and how do I use it? This is what I'm reading. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php...etting_Started I'm a Linux noob. Here is the relevant info I read that doesn't explain how to use VI. It just says search the Internet. (Hardware)

Why there are '~(tilde)' in every file's extention when I edited with gVIM?view story

http://superuser.com – I'm using gVIM on Windows. Everytime I edit text file and save it, VIM makes a file with '~(tilde)' in extention - like this : 'crappycode.txt~' It's so annoying that I have to delete it manually. Is there any option that stops gVIM to make such file? p.s. sorry for bad english. (HowTos)

Could not resolve host: mirrors.fedoraproject.org; Name or service not knownview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I'm trying to install vim in fedora 19, I gets this error, anyone have idea please? [root@localhost yum.repos.d]# yum -y install vim-enhanced Loaded plugins: langpacks, refresh-packagekit Could not get metalink https://mirrors.fedoraproject.org/metalink?repo=fedora-19&arch=x86_64 error was 14: curl#6 - "Could not resolve host: mirrors.fedoraproject.org; Name or service not known" http://dl. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] highlight uncommon word?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am learning a new language with Ubuntu. When I practise reading, usually I do a speed reading, guessing but not pausing on new words, and when I finish, come back to hunt these words. Marking them on the way is difficult, especially when I am studying movie subtitles, I cannot enjoy movie if I keep pausing it to mark new words. So I need a tool to highlight uncommon words in a text. (Hardware)

Advanced Linux Text Editors Compared: kate vs geditview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Any Linux user will tell you that a good text editor is a vital component of a computer system, no matter if you’re a new user or a seasoned pro. While using a Terminal text editor (like nano or vim) is equally important, you might as well make use of your graphical desktop environment whenever it’s available to you. (General)