“Linux Command Line Cheat Sheet by DaveChild“
… : Sed Cheatsheet … :
“Sed Cheat Sheet www.thegeekstuff.com“
“File Control in nano
nano index.php Open or create the file “index.php” with nano on command line.
Ctrl-o Y Enter Save changes.
Ctrl-r Alt-f Open a new file with a new buffer within nano.
Alt-> Switch to the next file buffer in nano.
Alt-< Switch to the previous file buffer in nano.
Ctrl-x Quit nano.“
… : Vim Cheat Sheet – English … :
:w – write (save) the file, but don’t exit
:w !sudo tee % – write out the current file using sudo
:wq or 😡 or ZZ – write (save) and quit
:q – quit (fails if there are unsaved changes)
:q! or ZQ – quit and throw away unsaved changes
:wqa – write (save) and quit on all tabs“
“This tutorial is mainly for people who have primarily used GUI text editors and coding environments and are not used to a primarily text-based program, running commands in the editor itself, and/or using large amounts of keyboard shortcuts. For reference, here is the list of shortcuts I’ll be introducing in this tutorial:“
“In an unexpected report, Bloomberg stated IBM is close to announcing that it will be acquiring Red Hat. The news has been confirmed. IBM is acquiring Red Hat for $190.00 per share in cash. This a total enterprise value of approximately $34 billion.”
“Rometty continued,”Most companies today are only 20 percent along their cloud journey, renting compute power to cut costs. The next 80 percent is about unlocking real business value and driving growth. This is the next chapter of the cloud. It requires shifting business applications to hybrid cloud, extracting more data and optimizing every part of the business, from supply chains to sales.”
… and Jim himself on the Red Hat blog:
“We have barely scratched the surface of the opportunity that is ahead of us. Open source is the future of enterprise IT. We believe our total addressable market to be $73 billion by 2021. If software is eating the world – and with digital transformation occurring across industries, it truly is – open source is the key ingredient.
Powered by IBM, we can dramatically scale and accelerate what we are doing today. Imagine Red Hat with greater resources to grow into the opportunity ahead of us. Imagine Red Hat with the ability to invest even more and faster to accelerate open source innovation in emerging areas. Imagine Red Hat reaching all corners of the world, with even deeper customer and partner relationships than we have today. Imagine us helping even more customers benefit from the choice and flexibility afforded by hybrid and multi-cloud. Joining forces with IBM offers all of that, years ahead of when we could have achieved it alone. Together we can become the leading hybrid cloud solutions provider.”
Here’s the full press release by Red Hat …
Documentation is team work, yes – but can you do it collaboratively? Yes, but not in collaborative editing. Git is your friend, a good workflow needs to be chosen, and then everyone on your team may choose the editor he loves. Etherpad, Google Docs and such are tools for short texts, but not for professional editing. In this article for Linux Magazine Germany I explain how we work at SUSE.
For a special edition of Linux Magazine US named Getting Started with Linux I helped creating several articles. I wrote the security article, and my wonderful colleagues at SUSE wrote many of the other texts. This is probably the best way to start a Linux career or experience. Let yourself be guided through the onboarding.
Today I had to get up early (in fact I slept four hours, one at home, one in the train to Nürnberg, one to Würzburg, one to Kassel), because I was invited to represent open source lobby group OSBA and my employer SUSE at certification Institute LPI. In their board meeting with LPI members interesting news was disclosed. Read it soon in Linux-Magazin.