Add yourself to Sudoers - No {re-}typing password!
Add yourself to Sudoers - No {re-}typing password!
08 August, 2018

I will be elaborating just the second way, because this doesn't involve me directly messing with the defaults and I feel it sane, safe & sound. View the Last Line in the /etc/sudoers file: The last line #includedir /etc/sudoers.d is an actual directory which will be included automatically by this file. Let's add ourself to sudoers, so we can stop typing password for sudo commands: Create a file with the username in /etc/sudoers.d, don't forget to use sudo when creating the file. Now add the…

Delete Saved Shell Cmd History in Erlang / Elixir
Delete Saved Shell Cmd History in Erlang / Elixir
30 July, 2018

To Enable erlang / elixir shell history across sessions: There are lot of tutorials out there illustrating how to enable persistent shell history in erlang / elixir, one such example is found here , so I am not going to elaborate it here. What if you wanted to delete your shell history: There are not many examples as to how to delete them, once they saved. People have even suggested to disable the shell history and re-enable them, which do not help. The saved history is persisted even then. Let…

Your Own Bootstrap Github Page Using Jekyll ? - Part 2
Your Own Bootstrap Github Page Using Jekyll ? - Part 2
04 April, 2018

To Create your own template: Follow the directory structure: For pages to work, we need to define collections in `config.yml` as below: Adding this will give us neat project directory by allowing us to organise the pages inside _pages directory instead of PROJECT ROOT. One more major issue with having collections for pages, is that, it doesn't support pagination, and github pages doesn't support other paginate plugins, so, if you want to use pagination with collections, go for jQuery based…