27 July 2014
27 July 2014
26 July 2014
So I’ve decided to take some of my new found spare time and embark on an experiment. You can see the start of it at cygwin.rafaelhart.com (UPDATE: now offline).
23 July 2014
Running an SSH daemon can be very useful, especially if you’d like to securely transfer files too and from your Windows box. The installation process is quite straightforward, but part of it includes the automatic creation of the ‘cyg_server’ account, which you will see at login as an alternate user. This doesn’t really affect your use of windows, but cosmetically it may not be what you prefer.
11 July 2014
GNU Screen is one of my favourite things on linux, but it also has it’s uses on Cygwin. If you are unfamiliar with it, screen allows you to run multiple sessions within a single terminal. There are many tutorials on the net for how to use screen, so I’m only posting a basic .screenrc, which is the file that controls local screen sessions under Cygwin. It’s relatively lightweight, but useful. It’s here.
10 June 2014
31 May 2014
My MBA is finished, after two years of studying into the night, and on weekends. All the coursework is done, I now just have to wait for the administrative process to churn out something certifying me.