How To Set Up a Minecraft Server on Linux

Posted on December 5th, 2014

There are many ways to set up a Minecraft server, and tons of options out there where you can simply pay to have someone else host one for you. Fortunately, setting up your own server (for free), is ...

Sublime Text 3 - Copy as RTF and HTML with SublimeHighlight

Posted on August 29th, 2014

What makes Sublime Text such an amazing text editor, is not only the amount of features it has right out of the box, but the amount of user created plugins. One plugin, SublimeHighlight, is ...

Installing Evernote on Ubuntu 14.04

Posted on July 24th, 2014

Although there isn't an official Evernote client available for Linux, by installing Wine (we will use v1.7), you can use the exact Evernote client that you would otherwise use on Windows. Installing ...

How to Install Sublime Text 2 on Ubuntu 14.04

Posted on June 15th, 2014

I recently started using Sublime Text 2 as my text editor in both Windows and Ubuntu 14.04. I've always been a big Notepad++ guy on Windows, and a Geany fan on Linux. But after messing around with ...

Customizing your .bashrc File

Posted on April 18th, 2014

The ~/.bashrc file is the one that determines the behavior of your Linux shell. The amount of customization you can add to it to personalize your shell is vast, but it is hard to start when you are ...

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