New BBS Network

I am setting up a new BBS soon but this requires me setting up a server first. It is my hopes to eventually make this a nice little BBS network. If interested please send me a contact.


You will notice a new menu item to the top right of the page now just for BBS stuff. It doesn't matter if you are an old hand with BBS or new to the entire thing come check it out, you will love it.


I may even connect an IRC network to the BBS network later on...

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LINUX Tutorial 3 – Special Terminal Applications

In this tutorial I show you two additional Terminal packages you can install to try out yourself. These are multi-terminals that come in very handy for multi-tasking, or simply making life easier so you don’t have to remember so much or jump back and forth through the shell so much. It is my hopes that as I go through various things you are picking up on the little Terminal tips and tricks I am giving you along the way because you will need these skills later on in our tutorials.

Let’s go over a few common Terminal commands:

  • sudo – means super user do, it allows you to have temporary GOD or ADMIN mode basically. It will make you root when needed without having to be root.
  • ls – This is simply the command to list the files and folders of a directory, ls options include -a and -l. The -a means list all in the directory even hidden files. The -l lets you see the directory listing with all it’s owners, permissions, etc. Both options can come in handy and you will use them all the time.
  • clear – This command does just what it looks like, it clears the terminal screen of any previous commands and actions to remove all the clutter.
  • exit – This will exit the terminal or exit root status.

More to come so keep coming by…

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