Hey! I was curious about if we can create a bootable USB drive from Command Line Interface alone. I always have my utmost trust in CLI but this task sought to be tricky. Therefore, I set myself relaxed and dived to search a solution on duckduckgo.
Author: Shiva Saxena
Howdy readers! While going through dgplug summer training, I am getting to know about people who have not only enhanced and simplified the availability of information over the internet, but also about people who have brought the goodness in cyberspace, revealed the secrets behind the internet and what not. As a result of their work, we are now experiencing our internet as it is.
Hello readers! Yesterday, in dgplug summer training, we had a session in which we were introduced to reStructuredText. I had been aware of and used Markdown before but it was my first time that I put my hands on reStruncturedText and seen how it works. Let’s go through a quick intro to this simple yet efficient tool. Continue reading “Intro to reStructuredText”
Hi! I have been learning django these days. I came across some basic commands that every beginner should know about. Continue reading “DJango startup commands”
Hey! With this post, I am sharing my experience with Linux command line interface.
Before I learned about what is Linux and what is CLI, I couldn’t imagine myself working on a computer without any mouse and GUI. But, when I started learning Linux about a year ago, then CLI was something that sought my attention and I started to learn it. Continue reading “My experience with Linux CLI”
Let’s suppose you are contributing a feature to a project, tell me how can you evidently prove to the project maintainer that your code is working without actually running the code? Or how will you count the efficiency of a web application while developing it step by step? Let’s explore some useful development practices below. Continue reading “Useful Development Practices”
Well, if you are reading this post then you might have an experience of using IRC. When we use any IRC client such as hexchat, etc., then we need to identify our nick every time we log in. One thing to avoid this repetitive identification process on hexchat is to use SASL (username + password) service. But this plain SASL service ultimately needs your password. What a better approach is, rather than using a password, use a certificate to auto-identify yourself every time you log in to hexchat. Here we come across SASL [external]. Continue reading “How to configure SASL [External] on hexchat?”