Tag: Linux

nnn file manager: Developed plugins for integrating with MacOS clipboard

nnn file manager: Developed plugins for integrating with MacOS clipboard

On the Linux platform, the drag-and-drop plugin enables nnn to work with other GUI applications like Email, Slack, Finder etc. but no such option is available for MacOS. This limits the usability of nnn on MacOS. I have implemented two plugins to support file copy and paste from a MacOS clipboard. This will help share…

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Setup ‘finder’ plugin for nnn Terminal File Manager on MacOS

Setup ‘finder’ plugin for nnn Terminal File Manager on MacOS

The finder plugin integrates the find command with nnn Terminal File Manager but out-of-the-box it doesn’t work on MacOS, throwing a bunch of errors. Upgrade Bash The first problem is the mapfile command not found on MacOS. This is because of an older version of bash installed on MacOS by default. Typically, bash version 3…

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Setup nnn Terminal File Manager on MacOS

Setup nnn Terminal File Manager on MacOS

nnn (n3) is a text-based file manager for the terminal. It is a significant improvement over ls and cd for moving around the file system. Execute the following command to install nnn. If you don’t have brew, install it first. It is highly recommended for Package Management on MacOS. For other ways of installing nnn,…

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Install Maximo 7.6.1 on Ubuntu, Websphere Liberty, and Oracle Express database

Install Maximo 7.6.1 on Ubuntu, Websphere Liberty, and Oracle Express database

I am starting with an objective to create a relatively faster and lightweight development VM for Maximo 7.6.1. To cut down on the size and hopefully gain a bit more speed, I am going to use the following components: Operating System Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS (64-bit) Database Oracle 11g Express Edition Application Server Websphere Liberty 18.0.0.2…

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Installing Visual Studio Code (VSCode) on Manjaro linux

Installing Visual Studio Code (VSCode) on Manjaro linux

Install from AUR (Method # 1) 1- Acquire build files from Arch Linux¬†user repository. $ curl -L -O https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/snapshot/visual-studio-code-bin.tar.gz 2- Extract the downloaded package $ tar -xvf visual-studio-code-bin.tar.gz 3- Change directory to the extracted package $ cd visual-studio-code-bin 4- Build and install the package $ makepkg -si   Install using Yaourt (Method # 2) It…

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