In Mac OSX, you can use the “open” command to open almost all kinds of files which equals to double-click the file icon in GUI. Is there an equivalent thing in Linux?
Git Large File Storage (LFS replaces large files such as audio samples, videos, datasets, and graphics with text pointers inside Git, while storing the file contents on a remote server like GitHub.com or GitHub Enterprise.
Now Sublime Text 3 supports official “apt” source installation. From here.
In “gnome-terminal” profile, there is an option “Run command as a login shell”. You can enable/disable it. But what is the difference?
When running “pip uninstall ppp” to remove a Python pip package, unlike “apt-get remove uuu”, it seems it removes the package only without its useless depending packages, which will leave unused files there. How to improve it?