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So it another year and another change to my site. This time I’m moving from Wordpress to Jekyll, again.
To remove a submodule you need to:
This come up from time to time. When I’m running a bash sript and I want all the output to be redirected to /dev/null
I don’t know about you but I run a number or Raspberry Pi’s in my house all doing different jobs. I’ve often heard it said how inexpensive a Pi is to run but I never how inexpensive, and I wanted some real world figures.
Anyone who has setup a backup system on their Linux machine, and I hope you all have, will be well aware of the problems when running commands from crontab. You will be inundated with emails every-time cron runs and with so many emails its easy to get to a point where you just stop reading them so never notice that Friday night when the backups stopped due to some error and from that point on they never ran correctly again.
After using a computer for long enough we will all eventually run out of hard drive space, it really is just a fact of modern computing. The big question is what do you do next?
I make heavy use of git for all my software development, when asked what the point is for a one man development team to something as powerful as git I always reply “universal undo”.
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