I’ve been a long-time vi and vim user. But somehow I didn’t get the memo when vim start to have it’s own plugins and even plugin managers! Here’s a couple cool ones:
Minicom is the defacto standard serial communication program for Linux, modeled after the old DOS program Telix. While Minicom isn’t as advanced as Telix, it does offer quite a bit of functionality that satisfies most common needs. Unfortunately, it doesn’t include a binary upload option.
Introduction In this article, I’ll discuss some of the issues surrounding usability of open-source software and propose what I hope is an elegant solution. I’ll use GNOME as an example because that’s what I’m familiar with the most, and is my personal preferred Linux desktop.. However, keep in mind that my comments are not specific […]
To see if a process is running, you can use the kill command: kill -0 <pid> You can then look at the return result to see if it was running. This is a little better than the typical “ps|grep” method.