In the afternoon I finished Adrian Tchaikovsky's Children of
the sequel to Children of
the latter was a great read the former not so. It took me quite some
time to finish the book. While the story was not bad, it was too
long-winded in my opinion.
In the evening I started in The Cutting
by Jeffery Deaver, a Lincoln Rhyme novel. It's the 14th book in the
series and I have read all 13 before it and loved them all. So you can
say I have high expectations.
Today I want to talk about fzf
and ripgrep, two tools I
use all the time when working in Vim and the terminal. They have
become an absolutely vital part of my workflow. Ever since I started
using them I can’t imagine myself functioning without them anymore.
After reading the above article by Sidney Liebrand I wanted to give
the command-line fuzzy finder (FZF) a spin. And since it is available
via Mac Ports I installed it on my Mac mini using:
sudo port install fzf
After playing with this program for a bit I was convinced that FZF will
become a part of my workflow as well, so I installed it also in a
virtual machine running Ubuntu 19.04 I use for development as follows:
The OpenWrt Community is proud to announce the fourth service
release of the stable OpenWrt 18.06 series. OpenWrt 18.06.4
incorporates a number of bug fixes in the network and system
userland, as well as updates to the kernel and base packages.
I am a new Linux system admin user. How do I use ip command line
utility to display or configure networking, routing, and tunnels on
Linux operating systems? How do I configures or displays network
interface parameters for a network using TCP/IP on Linux operating