Linux.com: 10 tweaks to your Linux boxen that will make your life muuuuch easier!
Dec 30, 2000, 12:09 (11 Talkback[s])
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"Ok, so you have Linux installed on your computer and want
to know how to make your life easier? Well, sit right back, and
I'll give you 10 tweaks to your system that I use on a daily basis
and couldn't live without!"
"1. F1 to launch your
Yup, I know it may sound corny, but once you get
used to it, you will love it! A terminal program in X is probably
one of the most used programs. If you have quick easy access to it,
then you can become more efficient. (BTW, I know you can do this
with the following window managers: blackbox, enlightenment,
sawfish, windowmaker.) You may have to do some research in order to
get your window manager to perform this task."
"2. Control D
This one most of you may know, but some of you
don't know. Do you type "exit" all the time when trying to get out
of a terminal program? Or do you look for the big X to close that
term out? Well, simply hit the keyboard combinations of "ctrl + d"
and it will log you out!"