I recently got a Motorola Moto E (2nd Generation) and was looking for a terminal app I could use both with a non-root version of BusyBox on the phone and as an ssh console to other machines. Turns out open source Termux fits the bill, at least for me, perfectly.
Every sysadmin knows about how to set values in /etc/security/limits.conf on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). But as in everything else in system administration, it’s what you only think you know that can get you killed (metaphorically speaking).
Pretty smooth upgrade from Fedora 22 to 23. A couple of things didn’t work, but for the most part everything went just fine.
Why not, indeed. For me one of the interesting things bout trying out a new graphical programmer’s editor is how I’m always reminded of a pledge I made years ago to just bite the bullet and become a vim master. After all, real men (and women) use vim, don’t they?