In order to install Sublime Text 3 on Ubuntu, we first need to add a repository to our sources.
Before we add the required repository to our sources, we need to make sure to have the add-apt-repository package available. If you don’t start with step1, otherwise proceed to step2.
Step 1: install the add-apt-repository packages providing the command:
for Ubuntu version <= 12.04
sudo apt-get install python-software-properties
for Ubuntu version >= 12.10
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sublime-text-installer
First the repository is added, then a update to find the new packages is made and finally you’re installing sublime text 3.
This is how you clear your cache and cookies on all major browsers without navigating through the entire menu and options to find the caching section.
Typically on most Firefox versions the caching & cookies section is under:
Firefox Menu > Options > Options > Privacy Tab > clear your recent history (link) but that’s too many clicks.
Customize and Control Google Chrome button > Tools > Clear Browsing data.
In Internet Explorer:
Tools > Internet Options > General tab > Browsing history section > Delete
So, here’s the only Windows keyboard shortcut you need: CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE – this brings up the Clear All History window on all browsers.
If you’re running Windows on a mac pc, then the shortcut would be: CTRL+SHIFT+FN+DELETE – same result as above.
The CTRL+SHIFT+DELETE shortcut works on all versions of Firefox, perhaps most Internet Explorers and Google Chrome.
MRI – Matz’s Ruby Interpreter
1. We need curl on a fresh install if it so happens that it is not present:
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install curl
2. Download and run the RVM installation script
2.1 Installing the stable release version:
user$: curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable
2.2 To get the latest development state:
user$: curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash
3. Reopen terminal and run:
rvm install ruby-2.1.0
or paste this in the current terminal and then install ruby:
4. If you’re getting the “RVM is not a function” message you need to enable login shell (optional):
With the the terminal window open go to:
Terminal > Edit > Profile Preferences > Title and Command > Run command as a login shell (make sure this check-box is enabled)
1. Reference: https://github.com/Homebrew/linuxbrew
2.1.1 Debian or Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install build-essential curl git ruby libbz2-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libexpat-dev libncurses-dev
sudo yum groupinstall 'Development Tools' && sudo yum install curl git ruby bzip2-devel curl-devel expat-devel ncurses-devel
3. Homebrew Install:
git clone https://github.com/Homebrew/linuxbrew.git ~/.linuxbrew
4. Edit .bashrc (
sudo nano ~/.bashrc ) or .zshrc and add the following 2 lines at the end of the file:
5. and restart the terminal.
basic package install with brew:
brew install $WHATEVER_YOU_WANT
7. Full example help/usage:
brew [info | home | options ] [FORMULA...]
brew install FORMULA...
brew uninstall FORMULA...
brew search [foo]
brew list [FORMULA...]
brew upgrade [FORMULA...]
brew pin/unpin [FORMULA...]
brew install -vd FORMULA
brew [--env | --config]
brew create [URL [--no-fetch]]
brew edit [FORMULA...]
8. Available packages to be used with brew:
– you can browse the formula directory on GitHub
– or type brew search for a list (in the terminal window)
– or visit braumeister.org to browse packages online.
zip -9 -y -r -q file.zip folder/
-9 Indicates the slowest compression speed (optimal compression, ignores the suffix list)
-y Store symbolic links as such in the zip archive, instead of compressing and storing the file referred to by the link
-r Travel the directory structure recursively
-q Quiet mode
folder Refers to the folder to be zipped
zip package needs to firstly be installed:
sudo apt-get install zip