I’ve tried many ways to build a clean testing environment for Emacs editor on my Ubuntu machine. One previous attempt showed a possible way to do so:
But this solution doesn’t show the real state of affairs when we load all the configuration files in Emacs. The
.emacs file is loaded in the middle of the Emacs initialization, not at the end. See for details 39.1.1 Summary: Sequence of Actions at Startup. One possible problem is that
package.el loads its configuration before you’ve done custom changes.
For now I consider a better way starting Emacs from another user:
All customizations can be done in the
.emacs.d directory from
emacstestuser. The only thing you need is changing of user specific variables:
Today we want to share a great project with you: A pdf presentation software for LaTeX Beamer. Give it a try and you’ll love it: https://github.com/dannyedel/dspdfviewer
An amazing presentation of a Demo written with JavaFX on MacOS, iOS, Android.
We can face the situation with restricted rights on a server. This is a use case for
sudo. You can get restricted access to specific commands as
root, but not to the whole system, which is very good!
I need access to
virt-top to monitor kvm based virtual machines on a big host system. Add the following line to
This line allows
myusername to run
virt-top without password from any terminal.
A couple of useful links:
Today I’ve encountered the problem adding files within a LaTeX project. All generated PDF files are ignored in the project
I had to add two PDF files with graphics and didn’t want to change my ingnoring rules:
-f switch forces Git to add ignored files. Use it!
On October, 4th the Rubinius team announced the release of Rubinius 2.0. There are many exciting things to share. Look inside Rubinius 2.0!
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