Ubuntu hushlogin

In Ubuntu, if you do not like all the information that comes when you do a remote login, then you just need to do this:

 

touch ~/.hushlogin

vim scripts and tips

Here are few of the links for vim that you can use. It consists of the link to vimrc, colorscheme, syntaxcomplete and zzsplash.
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/User:Tonymec/vimrc
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/User:Tonymec/almost-default.vim
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/User:Tonymec/syntaxcomplete.vim
http://vim.wikia.com/wiki/User:Tonymec/zzsplash.vim

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Some bashrc shorcuts for faster and profiecient directory browsing.

Here are some of the funtions that I have in my bashrc to make my life simple. They are not written by me but mostly taken from other places, but modified by me to some extent to suit my needs. If you know the original creator of these, let me know so I can add the attribution for the same.

This one is very useful.

.. (){
local arg=${1:-1};
local dir=\”\”
while [ $arg -gt 0 ]; do
dir=\”../$dir\”
arg=$(($arg – 1));
done
cd $dir >&/dev/null
}

Another very useful function:

up ()
{
[[ $# == 1 ]] && a=$1 || ([[ $# == 0 ]] && a=1 || echo \”Enter only one or zero parameter\” )
echo \”Moving up $a dirctories…\”
for (( i=0; i<$a ; i++ ))
do
builtin cd ..
echo \”Up one directory to $(pwd) .. \”

done
ls
}

If those 2 do not meet your requirement then add this too 🙂

… (){
if [ -z \”$1\” ]; then
return
fi
local maxlvl=16
local dir=$1
while [ $maxlvl -gt 0 ]; do
dir=\”../$dir\”
maxlvl=$(($maxlvl – 1));
if [ -d \”$dir\” ]; then
cd $dir >&/dev/null
fi
done
}

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