Multiple accounts github ssh-keys

Posted on 14 November 2015 in linux • Tagged with ssh, linux, github, git, keys, ssh-keys

If you have multiple github accounts and you would like to push to repositories under each of the accounts on a single computer, then you will probably need to define multiple ssh keys.

I will assume that you already have one ssh-key working. To get our second account going, the …

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turn off cli alias

Posted on 18 July 2015 in linux • Tagged with linux, alias, cli

tl;dr: \cmd

There may be a situation where you have masked a command with a shell alias. For example, you may always run a command with certain flags so you might do something like

$ alias ls='ls --color'

If, for whatever reason, you'd like to run the default ls …

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Emailing (mutt) and vim advanced config

Posted on 29 December 2014 in vim • Tagged with vim, mutt, email, linux, unix

Here are some tips you might like for advanced emailing with vim. I use mutt as my email client, but these tips should be mostly applicable to any other email client you might use.

First, let's talk about format flowed text. Perhaps you believe so strongly in 72 character width …

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Tutorial to get cmus rockin'

Posted on 07 December 2014 in linux • Tagged with tutorial, cmus, linux

cmus is a console based music player. It's rather feature filled which can mean that getting it set up "just right" might require some work. This post is to help you get cmus set up to rock! There are a few introductory tutorials out there, but they only scratch the …

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