Monthly Archives: December 2006

Find and Replace with Vim : Ubuntu (6.06.1 / 6.10)

I recently posted about the power of Vim and we also learned about some of Vim’s Sweet Moves. Today I wanted to talk about a few more advanced actions within Vim that can make your life easier. What are they? Find and Replace. Something that we’ve all had to do at one time or another… Read More »

Vim the MacGyver of text editors : Ubuntu (6.06.1 / 6.10)

If you’ve been following this blog or using Ubuntu for any amount of time I’m sure you’ve had to get your hands a bit dirty on the command line and use a text editor of some sort. Everyone seems to have their favorite. Some people prefer nano, maybe pico and the old-school peeps will always… Read More »

Ubuntu Tutorials – Giving The Planet A Spin

Based on much of your feedback I’ve submitted the Ubuntu Tutorial blog to the Ubuntu Planet. I have been an Ubuntu Member for almost a year now and I haven’t felt that my blog has been up to par for that level of syndication. Well, many of you have given me some great feedback and… Read More »

Software For Starving Students 2007.1 Released (XP / OSX)

I know this post is a little off-topic as it isn’t a tutorial (but hey, you’ve already got one today!). This is a project that some great local guys have been working on that I wanted to share with everyone reading the blog. Free software alternative so XP & OSX all compiled into a single… Read More »

Blogging from GNOME with Drivel : Ubuntu (6.06.1 / 6.10)

This tutorial was written while offline and without any kind of browser open. That’s right. You can blog right from your gnome-based desktop with the greatest of ease! Tutorial for the day: Installing and blogging with Drivel. To install Drivel you can use the basic methods we’re familiar with. Via the command line or from… Read More »