Yes, I know about pico, but it is the systems you ssh into, that force you to use vi. QNAP NAS devices (maybe I forgot to check for pico there), such things. OSX features both, vi and nano. I like that.
Yeah, searches in vi involve using '/'. You can search backwards with '?' if I recall. And global search-and-replace involves using a colon command, like:
(% means, 'the entire document', s means 'search for text', 'search' is the term to find, 'replace' is term to change to 'search', and 'g' means 'look for other search terms to the end of the line').
Heh, did I get that right?
emacs can edit files via ssh.
today i've learned about http://www.lighttable.com/
(ok, its implemented in clojure, which basicaly is a lisp interpreter running in the java interpreter...)
I seem to remember someone perverse created a vi editor in emacs.
Lighttable web page insults the venerable 80-character TTY! How dare they!
(Actually I run all my terminals at 132x43 now. I wanted something bigger but I didn't just want to be ambiguous about it so I chose something that's at least a VESA mode. But I'm a nerd.)
It amuses me that someone implemented what appears to be telnet or ssh via web page, then made that available in Turnkey Linux through their Webmin interface.
Which might (maybe?) be an interesting idea for a distributable virtual machine for Citadel. Hmm...
"Weaponized Comic Sans": http://www.openbsd.org/papers/bsdcan14-libressl/mgp00025.html
part of a larger presentation on OpenBSD's vote-of-no-confidence in OpenSSL (a few years too late, but appreciated nonetheless)
skip to the good bits:
yea, finaly something is moving... maybe *ssl becomes valgrind clean one day? *dreams*
They've pulled that crap before.
They need someone dedicated to handling OpenSSL. That would take care of almost all of their problems.
Probably won't happen anytime soon.
Tue Jun 24 2014 10:08:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ UncensoredI read through the entire presentation. Their goals are worthwhile and their approach is sensible. If they want funding they're going to have to do a better presentation than MagicPoint with Comic Sans. With any luck, LibreSSL will do to OpenSSL what Xorg did to XFree86. Eliminating any reason for GNUTLS to exist would also be a plus.
well, one of the most discussed removals was alternative ways for random seeds, which makes it i.e. impossible to use in putty.
It's bug- and feature-free. Say, does anyone have a spare ASN.1 parser kicking around? ;-p
I think 'doze does have a random number generator. Unsure if it's suitable, though, heh.
Maddog is digitizing his ye olde VHS-Tapes:
Linus talk at dec.
I would like to use strace to see what happens beyond daemonization, but at least on this machine, it 'finishes' with the first call to clone, despite the daemonized process continuing to run thereafter.
Not as helpful a tool for me as I wish.
While I can still use it to trace system calls on the running process, if I wanted to see wha tit was doing for the few milliseconds it was between pids, I am SOL.