Ivan Tomica

Tag: Debian

Total 6 Posts

Reboot with kexec on Ubuntu 18.04

First off, what is exec? – It is a system call that enables you to load and boot into another kernel from currently running kernel. That effectively means; doing reboot without going through the whole POST/Firmware load process. To use kexec we can rely on systemd to handle process for

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Atlassian Confluence in Docker

Recently I’ve been tasked to set up Confluence server installation. One of my friends was in need and I decided it would be nice to play a bit with the whole setup. As this is pro-bono and really not quite production install (meaning they use it, but it is not

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Fixing URxvt copy/paste

URxvt, or if you wish to call it rxvt-unicode, has this weird thing turned on by default where it binds ctrl+shift keys to all sorts of insanity (keycap picture insert mode and stuff like that). Dammit, I want my “normal” terminal behavior back! By “normal” I think that if I

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Useful bash shortcuts

Moving around: CTRL + A # beginning of the current line CTRL + E # end of the current line Alt + F # one word forward Alt + B # one word back Text manipulation: CTRL + U # delete characters before cursor CTRL + K # delete characters

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