A few tips to level up your vim editing skills from beginner to intermediate.
This article is designed to set you up for success with lock picking. No matter if you are brand new to lock picking, a seasoned pro looking to brush up, or anywhere else in your lock picking journey, this is a resource for you. It will teach you everything you need to know about how to pick locks.
This lesson will cover the essentials of lock picking and give everything you need to start slaying locks gracefully and fearlessly!
Lock Picking Guide for Beginners: Learn Lock Picking Fast!
A guide to understand the importance of commit messages and how to write them well.
This is try-dat, a tutorial that teaches you how to work with datasets using dat. In this tutorial you will play around with data versioning and syncing workflows, and play with some awesome tools to publish or share data over the peer-to-peer web.
It should be as easy as possible to tell if you’re in normal or insert mode. Your eye tends to be on your cursor, so you’ll find the cursor to be the best indicator of your mode. Of course, you’re effectively in Vim when in Zsh (bindkey -v, right?), too, so it should have the same cursor indicator.
Auch ohne Programmierkenntnisse können Sie ihrem ausgedienten Router ein zweites Leben geben. Das modulare Router-Betriebssystem OpenWrt macht es möglich.
This primer contains a series of Tutorials explaining IPFS, Merkle Trees and the Decentralized Web. It's written and maintained as a gitbook so people can read it in many formats.
Gmail and other mail services allow users to get a nearly unlimited number of email addresses through "plus-addressing" (a.k.a. sub-addressing or address tags ): Append + and some additional characters to your username, for example firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mails get delivered to email@example.com, but it's now easier to filter them and to find out who is the sender (or who sold the email address to that spammer).
I wanted this for my self-hosted Postfix instance, and it turned out to be easier than I thought.
Nun möchte ich zeigen, wie mit dem Raspberry Pi automatisch E-Mails verschickt werden können. Damit kann der Raspberry Pi z. B. automatisch eine Nachricht absetzen, wenn sich der Zustand eines I/O geändert hat.
As Emacs user I always want to use Emacs interface to edit documents. When I write e-mails, I also do, so I tried to introduce notmuch, emacs and offlineimap. As a result I feel notmuch on emacs is very useful in terms of tagging, searching, and emacs interface.
Some configurations below were not on the web, so I note here. If you follow my way to handle e-mails, this may help you.
I have tried to get my mail in the traditional Unix way, with an MTA, MDA, MRA, MUA, all that stuff. It was a huge pain. With some more modern programs, though, I can have a setup that still follows the Unix philosophy of single-purpose programs working together, while being a lot easier to understand.
There are four main programs in my setup:
- offlineimap: fetch mail from servers
- notmuch: index and search local mail
- alot: read indexed mail
- msmtp: send mail to servers
My current setup involves four major componenets. Offlineimap to fetch email, notmuch to index email, Astroid to view/search/read/write emails and msmtp to send emails.