Goodbye Manjaro. Hello, Fedora!

If you had asked me if I was done distro hopping a year ago, I would have told you yes. Well today I prove myself a liar. I will be leaving the slightly unstable playground of Manjaro in search of a more maintenance-free distribution. Manjaro has been getting on my nerves all year. It’s really getting to the point where every fairly large update update screws something up. It’s usually some kind of package conflict.
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CatFish: The Best File Finder for Linux

CatFish: The Best  File Finder for Linux
CatFish is the file searching program you’ve been wishing for if you can’t stand the standard find command.
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BASH Brace Expansion

Here’s a neat trick about the command line you might not know. You can use curly braces to generate multiple arguments for a command.
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How to setup SSH access with your NameCheap Hosting

I got my hosting and domain as a bundle from NameCheap because, as the name implies, it was cheap. And easy. When you go with the cheapest option for hosting what you get is not your own private server. What’s nice about NameCheap is that they still give you SSH access. You can’t do the things you would normally do on a VPS like install software over SSH. But you can syncronize your site with handy tools lik rsync instead of uploading everything over FTP.
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