Practical tips & tricks in the Linux shell —27 April 2013
I put together this simple presentation about a few simple but very effective practical tips that should make you lightning fast on the command line. I use these literally every minute I spend in the shell. All the tips should work in Linux, UNIX, BSD and similar.
- I used many tips from Zach Holman’s blog to “design” the slides.
I created the presentation using Google Docs, but it was not really a great experience:
- The dotted green line you see under headings is not intentional, it appears only after exporting to PDF. I don’t know why. I would prefer it without the line as shown correctly in https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/13N06QfsemvTFiQLF5nC-eatlktmj5DMFAzxexwJ8TgA/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000”, but I want to use Speaker Deck as it is not blocked at my workplace and has a better WordPress plugin.
- I used the Speaker Deck Embed plugin to embed the presentation here. Oh and Speaker Deck is really awesome.