Sample apt.sources file with

Remove the us. part if you arent on a US server. change the word precise to whatever your version of ubuntu is.    

 

Find out whats taking up all the hdd space

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Start Xvfb on boot on Centos Linux

Xvfb or X virtual framebuffer X virtual framebuffer is a display server using the X11 protocol. In contrast to other display servers, it performs all graphical operations in memory without showing any screen output. which makes it ideal for some surprising uses. e.g.

(above snippet via Wikipedia) I had to run xvfb automatically on boot on […]

Bash for loops sequential counting

  Bash for loops are very useful in everyday life. I am going to post some simple examples where I combine bash for loops with other simple techniques like bash stepping etc. Want to count from 1 – 100 and list each number sequentially?

Same as above but add a timestamp?

Again same as […]