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Vim’s absolute, relative and hybrid line numbers
Besides regular absolute line numbers, Vim has relative and “hybrid” modes to help navigate around files.
vim  dev  editors  howto 
december 2018 by deusx
Build a MAME Cabinet in 24 Hours
Okay, so now I've got your attention - it's true - the cabinet construction was completed in 24 hours, but it took about three months to get around to the last few bits (like decorating the unit), so don't complain if after one day you don't get something that looks like the unit on the left!
mame  arcade  diy  howto 
february 2013 by deusx
Brew Methods — Home
Tasty Delicious Coffee Making Recipes
coffee  recipes  brewing  howto 
december 2012 by deusx
Practical Arduino: Virtual USB Keyboard
Communicating with a host computer can allow a simple Arduino-based system to gain access to a wide variety of devices and information. Most people link an Arduino to a host using serial communications across a USB connection with custom code running on the host to send information to the Arduino or receive it in return, but giving your Arduino the ability to pretend to be a keyboard or mouse opens up a whole world of possibilities because it means your Arduino can interact with software that was never intended for external control. That could be desktop software such as a game or a web browser: your Arduino could "type" into a web form and submit it on your behalf, or act as a custom controller for a game!
usb  arduino  hardware  hacks  diy  howto 
february 2012 by deusx
Setting up a Node.js development environment with NPM and Cloud9 IDE installed locally - Cambus.net
In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup a complete Node.js development environment, including NPM (the Node Package Manager) and Cloud9 IDE to edit, run, and debug Node programs. The following installation instructions have been sucessfully tested on Debian 6.0 “Squeeze” and on Ubuntu 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot”, but they should also work properly on previous versions as well.
javascript  node  cloud9  tech  howto  nodejs 
november 2011 by deusx
Upgrading From CM 4.2 or other rooted ROMS to 5.0.x(Dream/Sapphire) - CyanogenMod Wiki
"This guide will tell you how to upgrade from an older (<= 4.2.15.1) version of CyanogenMod (or any other rooted rom) to the 5.0.x or 6.0.x branch for Dream/Sapphire. "
android  roms  root  upgrade  google  mobile  cyanogenmod  magic  howto  from delicious
august 2010 by deusx
Make Your Own Moleskine-Like-Notebook
"Your very own Moleskine-like-notebook/journal/sketchbook. The one we'll be making is 3.5 x 5.5 x .5 inches. I use this size because it fits nicely into my back or front pants pocket. Strangely enough it is also the same size as the Moleskine notebook."
moleskine  diy  notebooks  howto  tutorial  crafts  books  paper  projects  papercraft  bookbinding  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
How to submit a fix to jQuery UI – The Easy Way « jQuery UI Blog
"Let’s walk through the easy way, where you don’t need to learn how to really use git. In another post, we’ll cover some best practices for contributing with git."
jquery  git  patches  webdev  fork  howto  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
ConcatenatingChangesets - Mercurial
"Concatenating multiple changesets into one"
mercurial  hg  vcs  tips  tutorials  howto  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
Antennapedia - Journal migration tool
"I've written a command-line tool for migrating journal entries from any LJ-style server to any other LJ-style server. This tool needs testers. It should run on any system with a recent Python installed. That means OS X out of the box, most Linux distros, and any Windows system where the user has installed python."
livejournal  backup  lj  software  howto  python  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
jwz - How to use Facebook with a feed reader
"I almost never actually visit the Facebook web site: I follow it through a feed reader (in my case, NetNewsWire) along with all of my other feeds. "
facebook  rss  socialsoftware  howto  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
Google Open Source Blog: Export a Git Project to Google Code
"Git and Subversion can work together in many ways. Previously, we showed how Git users can work with a project primarily managed by Subversion. In this post, we describe one way to handle the converse: Google Code acts as a stable read-only Subversion mirror of a Git project. In this model, patches are first applied to the central Git repository and exported to Google Code later."
git  svn  revisioncontrol  google  howto  development  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
Carbonating at Home with Improvised Equipment and Soda Fountains
"Carbonating tap water to make seltzer is easy, fast, and absurdly inexpensive with my improvised apparatus. All that is required is to place CO2 (carbon dioxide) gas in agitated contact with chilled water for a few seconds. In this essay, I'll show you how it is done with easy-to-find parts and common PET (polyethylene terephthalate, sometimes called PETE) soda bottles. I'll also explain the kinetic chemistry of why it works so well. And in the second half of this essay, I'll explain how I progressed from this improvised apparatus to installing a complete soda fountain in my home.

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carbonation  water  diy  homebrew  howto  soda  science  projects  hacks  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
What are the dark corners of Vim your mom never told you about? - Stack Overflow
"However, I don't refer to commonly used shortcuts that a noob would find cool. I am talking about a seasoned unix user (be she/he a developer, admin, both, etc), who thinks (s)he knows something 99% of us never heard or dreamed about. Something that not only makes his/her work easier, but also is COOL and hackish. After all, vim resides in the most dark-corner-rich OS in the world, thus it should have intricacies that only a few privileged know about and want to share with us."
vim  tips  tricks  howto  vi  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
Kalyn's Kitchen: How to Make Juicy Grilled Chicken Breasts That Are Perfect Every Time
"on the grill, and have it turn out moist. You need to use techniques designed to keep the chicken juicy. I'm documenting here the steps I've used for years to make delicious and juicy grilled chicken breasts,"
cooking  chicken  grilling  recipes  food  tutorial  bbq  howto 
june 2009 by deusx
Simple business card iPhone / iPod stand
"This is a simple stand made from an standard business card. It allows you to watch videos on your device (iPhone, iPod, PMP, other) without having to hold it up at a comfortable angle. It folds flat and can be keep it in your wallet. It is easy to make and replace."
iphone  ipod  stands  travel  diy  howto 
june 2009 by deusx
Blender Defender
"Have a cat that won't stay off your counters? I do. I finally got fed up with it enough to do something about it: scare the crap out of him with a motion-detecting blender (while recording the results for my own amusement, of course)."
cats  blenders  video  discipline  x10  howto 
october 2008 by deusx
Step By Step: Set Up Universal Ad Blocking Through Your Router
"If you've turned your $60 router into a user-friendly super-router with open-source firmware Tomato, you already know that Tomato can boost your Wi-Fi signal, track bandwidth usage, and set Quality of Service rules with ease. But if you're a big fan of Adblock Plus—the most popular Firefox extension among Lifehacker readers—you can save yourself an extension installation and universally block ads across your entire home network by adding a custom script to your Tomato firmware."
router  adblocking  hacks  networking  howto  linksys 
october 2008 by deusx
All Night Diner : Committing to SVN securely from a web application
"On the SVN server the first thing we did was to create a special Verbatim user that can commit to SVN via SSH using a generated key. We copied this key to the Verbatim host which allowed us to commit as the verbatim user without typing a username or password.The only thing that was added to the Verbatim code was a patch that Dan Schafer cooked up that sets an SVN revision property, translate:author, to the name of the current user. When the user clicks “commit” this property is set and sent along with the commit.Next we added a post-commit script that looks for the translate:author property. If it’s found it will take that value, replace svn:author, and remove translate:author; effectively making whatever was in translate:author the real author. This is a non-versioned change which means there is no commit that needs to happen - the new author is set immediately."
svn  i18n  webdev  development  howto 
september 2008 by deusx
Jay Ridgeway - laconica ec2 image
"You should now have an operational laconica instance using the default template. The webserver is apache2. Jabber provided by ejabberd and electronic mail courtesy of sendmail. There is also a script provided that will back up your database to s3."
amazon  ec2  laconica  microblogging  howto 
august 2008 by deusx
How To Launch Software (Aaron Swartz's Raw Thought)
"Instead what happens when software developers try the Hollywood Launch, and I've seen this many times, is that users indeed do flood to your site on launch day but... Tomorrow, hardly any of those users come back. Your traffic graphs look like the sharpest mountain you've ever seen: a huge climb up and then, almost immediately, a similarly-sized crash back down. ... So what do you do then? Well, you do what you should have done all along: you grow the site."
webdev  product  launches  howto  startups  projectmanagement  beta  development 
august 2008 by deusx
Mercurial Queues - Mozilla Developer Center
"Mercurial Queues, or MQ, is a Mercurial extension that lets you keep work in progress as mutable patches, instead of as immutable changesets. ... The output of a developer (on a good day, anyway) is patches. The MQ extension lets you treat a stack of patches as works-in-progress. You can apply them as Mercurial changesets, unapply them, edit them, and when they're done, turn them into permanent changesets and push them."
mercurial  queues  programming  howto  mozilla 
august 2008 by deusx
Netcat Tar Pipe
"So you have gigs of data to transfer between two machines over ethernet. A nice quick and dirty method is to use netcat and tar. This is by no means secure, but if you haven't got the time or desire to setup NFS, FTPd, Samba. Or wait hours for scp to do its job then this can save you a lot of time. "
unix  netcat  tips  hacks  sysadmin  howto 
august 2008 by deusx
termie wiki / HowToDevHouse
"Make the event your own, add your own style to it, make sure to thank everybody involved and have fun. Oh, and invite me."
shdh  superhappydevhouse  howto 
february 2008 by deusx
Instructables How to make a cardboard stand up of someone!
"So you wanna make a cardboard stand up of someone?"
howto  diy  funny 
august 2007 by deusx
dataswamp.net: Apple IIe serial term (Connected to Gentoo Linux)
"As you reflect upon each and every atrocity against Man and God that you have committed (perhaps to your parish Priest), you can make a mental note that it all stopped when you started screwing around with the null modem cable."
appleii  linux  hacks  diy  howto  hardware 
july 2007 by deusx
Make a Video Game Pixel Art T-Shirt | Hacker Zen
"Here's how to make a Princess Peach shirt. You can adapt this guide to make any kind of shirt you like."
gaming  clothing  howto  diy 
june 2007 by deusx
MAKE: Blog: HOW TO - Make a computer chip trivet
"Here is a genuinely useful kitchen tool that you can make: a trivet built out of old computer chips."
nifty  howto  cooking  hacks  housewares  hardware 
january 2007 by deusx
recirculating gravy fountain
"thanksgiving 2k5 : what's more excessive than a giant pie?  recirculating fountains of food seemed like the  obvious escalation.  a custom peristaltic pump design powered by an electric drill provided a gushing torrent of delicious, piping hot gravy."
gravy  food  hardware  howto  housewares  wishlist 
june 2006 by deusx
::ZIZONE:: blog: How to resize your watch band
"Ok, it is weekend, you feel like your watch does not fit you, you want to resize, the band is made of some steel, you're too lazy to go anywhere, here is how"
howto  watches 
june 2006 by deusx
Fifty (50!) Tools which can help you in Writing - lifehack.org
"Roy Peter Clark from Poynter Institute has posted up 50 tools that can help you when you do any kinds of writing. This is a extensive list of writing tools, but by no mean you need to apply all of them when you do any writing."
lifehack  writing  tips  howto 
february 2006 by deusx
HOWTO Monitor your hard disk(s) with smartmontools - Gentoo Linux Wiki
"Aim of this howto is to exploit SMART technology (nowadays every hard disk has got it) to check if it is ok or not. "
howto  smart  hardware 
october 2005 by deusx
HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML
"There seem to be developers who think that well-formedness is awfully hardif not impossibleto get right when producing XML programmatically and developers who can get it right and wonder why the others are so incompetent."
xml  webdev  programming  howto  hackingfeeds 
september 2005 by deusx
Mindfulness In Plain English
"This is a meditation manual, a nuts-and-bolts, step-by-step guide to Insight meditation. It is meant to be practical. It is meant for use."
meditation  books  health  lifehacks  mind  mindfulness  howto 
august 2005 by deusx

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