How to Copy and paste in linux


How to Copy and paste in linux - This new basic tips from linux fro windows. Now we will Copy and paste from one program to another program, ( your browser to a text editor, from one desktop to another, from a text editor to the console/terminal etc.etc. )
Just elect the text with your mouse ( this copies it automatically to the clipboard ) go to the other screen and push the wheel ( or middle button ) that pastes it.
So only two movements . . no context menu . . just select and paste.

The only exception is OpenOffice, there you will have to do in like you do it in Windows: select, rightclick, choose copy from the contextmenu, rightclick and paste it from the context menu.

Sure the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+c and Ctrl+v work in Linux too

In most distro's you will find a clipboard next to the clock ( an orange icon with a K ) . . . it remembers the last 5 entries ( or more if you configure it that way ) . . . simply tick the entry you want to paste and pushing the wheel will paste that entry where you want it.

If you want to copy a full config file to a textfile that you can send as a mail-attachment, one command will do: ( example the lilo.conf file )

CODE
# cat /etc/lilo.conf >lilo.txt

This will put a text file in your /home directory by the name of lilo.txt

thank you and wait for other linux tips ^_^

Vi and Emacs


Vi and Emacs - The two most popular, powerful and “difficult” editors that you will find in every distro are Vi and Emacs. They both have “syntax-highlighting” to make writing code easy.

VI

There are hundreds of commands for you, we will only touch upon the absolute minimum.

CODE : Vi $ tessst

Tessst open the file located in / home, if the file does not exist will be created.
It has 3 modes: command mode, insert mode and ex mode.
When you start vi starts in command mode. So first of all we must type "i" to put it in insert mode. Now you can type "swift brown fox etc"
After entering the text brings us back to <Esc> MODE command and save the file with ZZ. That's all we need to know from the beginning:. "I" to enter the command <Esc>, ZZ to save the file.

Some other commands for VI: (less important)
i = Insert text before the cursor
a = insert text after the cursor
: = Switch to ex-
$ = Go to last place on the line
^ = Go to first place on the line
w = next word
b = previous word
G = the last line of the file
20G = go to line 20
y = copy (copy Y3W = 3 words) (copy y3j = 4 lines)
p = pastes
d = cut
x = delete character under the cursor

Emacs

Emacs is easy because these days have a GUI in modern distro, but we'll use the keyboard because it has more speed.

CODE : $ Emacs ssset

Will open or create a file in ssset / home
OK typing away, "etc. fast chocolate."
Do now to save the file: Ctrl + x, Ctrl + c, y
Well I say keep things simple!

Let tessst and ssset file on / home, in the next section that we can do some exercises with them.

Installing TeamViewer On 64 Bit Ubuntu 13:04


Installing TeamViewer On 64 Bit Ubuntu 13.04Before we practice on how to install TeamViewer in ubuntu, it would be nice if we read first what is team viewer ?.  TeamViewer is one of the applications that are widely used for business remote meremote. This application is very powerful, we are able to access the desktop in LAN and WAN network, without the need for complicated settings. We are also able to record the sessions running on the video to create documentation or tutorials. TeamViewer also allows multiple users to access a desktop at the same time. In addition, this application is also free to use for personal ends.

Download TeamViewer

In fact, this application does not work natively on Linux using Wine as an emulator of TeamViewer. So in fact we can install Windows applications on Linux. TeamViewer installer can be downloaded from the official site in here Team viewer official site. Distributions supported include:
Ubuntu
Debian
RedHat
CentOS
Fedora
SuSE
The distributions for the installer are available for both 32-bit and 64-bit module Package DEB (Debian and Ubuntu) or RPM (RedHat, CentOS, Fedora, SuSE). As for the other distributions are provided in the form of installation tar.gz

Installing TeamViewer

Double-click the installer DEB. This action will automatically open the Ubuntu Software Center. You will see the information on this application. Click the Install button to start the installation of TeamViewer.



Enter the password for access to sudo.



The installation process requires several dependencies that may still be downloaded from the mirror. Use a mirror server in the country to make it faster.



execution of TeamViewer

Find TeamViewer uses dash, and then click to run it. Click I accept the license agreement for the approval of the license application.



Once the application is ready to be used for remote .



Other features of this application that is not less interesting is the encounter. We are able to conduct a meeting with colleagues from distant areas. The features that makes us have nothing to lose Installing TeamViewer On 64 Bit Ubuntu 13:04.

source hxxp://rotyyu.blogspot.com/2013/05/install-teamviewer-ubuntu-linux.html

Install LibreOffice in Fedora


Install LibreOffice in Fedora - The first step you should prepare is ammunition (libre Office), if you do not have please download LibreOffice in:

http://download.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/stable/3.4.0/rpm/x86/LibO_3.4.0_Linux_x86_install-rpm_en-US.tar.gz

Then the next step to Install LibreOffice in Fedora extract the file.

create a schedule task in Linux

create a schedule task in Linux - I finally found the article too, called "crontab". This is the result of my quest to create a schedule task on linux. I myself do not know exactly how it works functionally.

 The following steps create a schedule task in Linux :

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Remotely Windows OS from Ubuntu's


 Remotely  Windows OS from Ubuntu's - After a long search, and my study, how the heck a different way of remote computers the OS platform. Finally over and running normally. So in sum like I actually want to try another computer remotely using Windows OS from Ubuntu's new Linux install. Find an article here and there, especially via google (again stained) finally see the name vncserver