This post shares a small tip for those who would like to download videos from websites like *Youtube* on their *IOS devices*, using a Linux shell emulator *ish*.
This post reviews 5 podcast client applications in Linux: Vocal, CPod, Poddr, gPodder and castero.
This post shares my experience installing the FLEXPART software.
This is a follow-up post to [Experiment with a new data and program files naming convention - part 1]. In this post I am sharing the program tools I made to facilitate the implementation of the scheme.
How do you name your program scripts and data files?
This is the start of a CDAT tutorial series. We will be installing a "lite" version of the CDAT in Linux via conda.
In this post we develop some bash scripts to fetch a new wallpaper from Unsplash or bing's-photo-of-the-day, set it as the desktop background, and send a desktop notification. Then we automate this process using a crontab job.
In this post I demonstrate how to create a desktop dictionary using the "sdcv" as a "back-end", and "rofi" and the "front-end" interface.
It is a common practice to use `git` to back-up and sync ones "dotfiles". I also create Python script to help automate this process.
`git` was initially created by and for programmers. However, some of its features, particularly the version control functionality can benefit researchers in general, not restricted to computer sciences.