Linux Tutorials on the topic “programming”

  • Adding a Simple GUI to Linux shell scripts with kdialog

    linux Author: Aaron PetersTags: , Comments: 5Published: Nov 30, 2016

    Shell scripts are incredibly useful things. They allow you to do something as basic as creating an easy command to replace a more difficult one with lots of flags, to batching up many complex commands to run from a cron job. They’re great because you can quickly fire them off in your favorite terminal, but in some cases they require you to remember specific combinations of flags or options. If you find yourself in this situation, you can add some simple GUI dialogs to help you speed your way through the task at hand.

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  • How to Install Gitlab on Debian 8 (Jessie)

    debian VMWare Image Download Author: Till BrehmTags: , , , , Comments: 0Published: Nov 29, 2016

    Gitlab is a web-based management and collaboration software for GIT servers similar to GitHub. It contains features like issue tracking, file browser, change tracking and a project wiki. In this tutorial, I will install Gitlab CE on a Debian 8 server behind a Nginx proxy. The Nginx proxy improves scalability and security of the system.

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  • Uncommon but useful GCC command line options

    linux Author: AnshTags: , Comments: 0Published: Nov 28, 2016

    Software tools usually offer multiple features, but - as most of you will agree - not all their features are used by everyone. Generally speaking, there's nothing wrong in that, as each user has their own requirement and they use the tools within that sphere only. However, it's always good to keep exploring the tools you use as you never know when one of their features might come in handy, saving you some of your precious time in the process. So, in this article, we will cover a couple of such options, offering all the required details, and explaining them through easy to understand examples wherever necessary.

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  • How to install and use profiling tool Gprof on Linux

    linux Author: AnshTags: , Comments: 0Published: Nov 18, 2016

    If you are a programmer, who writes code in C, Pascal, or Fortran77 programming language and uses Linux as the development platform, you'll be glad to know that there exists a powerful tool through which you can check the performance of your code - the tool in question is Gprof. In this tutorial, we'll be discussing the details of how you can download, install, and use this tool.

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  • Develop Network Applications for ESP8266 using Mongoose in Linux

    linux Author: Alexander AlashkinTags: , , Comments: 0Published: Oct 25, 2016

    Let’s talk about how to start to develop network applications for ESP8266 chip using Mongoose Embedded Web Server in Linux. I will use Ubuntu, but all things can be easily adapted for any Linux distribution.

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  • Useful Vim editor plugins for software developers - part 3: a.vim

    linux Author: AnshTags: , Comments: 0Published: Oct 20, 2016

    Now, in this third and the final part, we will discuss another very useful plugin dubbed a.vim. Up until now, in this series of articles covering programming-related plugins for Vim, we discussed basics of Vim plugin installation using Pathogen plugin manager, and covered a total of three plugins - namely Tagbar, delimitMate, and Syntastic. Now, in this third and the final part, we will discuss another very useful plugin dubbed a.vim.

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  • How to Install Ruby on Rails (RoR) with PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 16.04

    ubuntu Author: Muhammad ArulTags: , , , Comments: 2Published: Oct 19, 2016

    In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Ruby on Rails on ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I will show you how to install and configure Rails with a PostgreSQL database, and how to create a new first project with Rails. Ruby on Rails (RoR) is an open source web application framework, published under MIT License. Ruby on Rails, or rails is written in Ruby, it is a server-side web application framework that follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) concept.

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  • Useful Vim editor plugins for software developers - part 2: Syntastic

    linux Author: AnshTags: , Comments: 0Published: Oct 17, 2016

    There's no doubt that Vim is a capable programming editor out-of-the-box, but it's the editor's plugins that help you make the most out of it. In the first part of this article series, we discussed a couple of programing-related Vim plugins (Tagbar and delimitMate). Continuing on the same path, in this article, we will discuss another useful Vim plugin aimed at software developers - Syntastic.

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  • Useful Vim editor plugins for software developers - part 1

    linux Author: AnshTags: , Comments: 3Published: Oct 15, 2016

    An improved version of Vi, Vim is unarguably one of the most popular command line-based text editors in Linux. Besides being a feature-rich text editor, Vim is also used as an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) by software developers around the world. What makes Vim really powerful is the fact that it's functionality can be extended through plugins. And needless to say, there exist several Vim plugins that are aimed at enhancing users' programming experience.

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  • Installing Ruby on Rails on Ubuntu 14.04 - 15.10

    ubuntu Author: Antonio ValenciaTags: , , , , Comments: 5

    Ruby on Rails, popularly called ROR, is a Ruby framework for web programming. Ruby is a general purpose language like C, Java. Ruby has been invented by Yukihiro “Matz” Matsumoto about a decade ago and has gained recognition with its Rails software library framework which provides a web development framework for the Ruby programming language. Listed below are easy to follow steps to install ROR successfully on the Ubuntu versions 14.04 LTS to 15.10 using Ruby Version Manager (RVM). RVM offers an easy way to install and manage multiple Ruby versions.

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