Today I was to install something for a customer in his shared hosting account. What was eating up most of the available disk space? ncdu is a phantastic tool on the commandline to answer that. Only: It wasn’t available. So I tried to install it as a regular user - and succeeded! Thank you jweiland for fullfilling the requirements for that. And this is what I did.
Ongoing attempt to collect knowledge and “good” links about the Linux Bash. Will be updated as needed.
The homepage claims: “Oh-My-Zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your ZSH configuration. It comes bundled with a ton of helpful functions, helpers, plugins, themes, and a few things that make you shout... ‘Oh My ZSH!’”
I’ve decided to use it more intensely. So I’ll have to take some notes And I will be doing that here!
Ongoing attempt to to collect tips and tricks about how to get things done on Linux. Will be updated as needed.
Added a “see also”.
Much of this post is a reproduction from JetBrains article “Linux Scripts for Easy YouTrack Installation”. The intention is to keep that recipe at a “warm and safe place” here and to leave amendments and extras I found necessary when installing YouTrack on Ubuntu Trusty Tahr 14.04 LTS.
Snippets, howtos, tips and tricks around SSH. This post will be updated as needed.
This Howto explains how you can use SSH and Rsync to copy files from a remote server to your local machine fast and comfortably.