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Eliminar historial del terminal en Ubuntu, Debian y derivadas

eliasbrasa - Mar, 07/04/2017 - 11:25

Algunos sabréis que al usar el terminal, si utilizamos las flechas hacia arriba y abajo podemos recuperar comandos que hayamos escrito en el terminal con antelación, según Ubuntu Guía, hasta 500 comandos.

¿No os ha pasado alguna vez que al introducir un comando en la terminal te has confundido y este se queda ahí en el historial de comandos? Imaginaros que se os olvida pulsar Intro y escribís la contraseña de vuestro equipo y se queda ahí en el historial del terminal. Solucionarlo es relativamente fácil, veamos como:

Abrimos el explorador de archivos y nos vamos a la carpeta personal de nuestro usuario, allí hay un fichero oculto llamado .bash_history en él están guardados, línea por línea, todos los comandos utilizados por el usuario en el terminal. Borra la línea que quieras que no aparezca y guarda el archivo.

Fuente: Ubuntu Guía.

Fuente de la imagen: Pixabay.


Descubre porque Sistema Banesco Online esta Fallando Hoy 03 Julio

E-ais - Lun, 07/03/2017 - 07:14
La Mayoria de las Grandes y Pequeñas Corporaciones estan Registradas en Internet , es decir tienen Su Identidad Digital en la Web, Redes Sociales entre Otras. Ejemplo Banesco tiene Registrado Su Dominio Web  Banesco.com . Dominio que se Registra Una Vez y se aplica renovacion  por lo general es anual al estilo Seguro de Vida. y es Hoy 03 Julio que La estidad Bancaria debe Hacer dicha e-aisnoreply@blogger.com0

FLISoL Bilwi event report

Fedora Nicaragua - Mié, 06/28/2017 - 01:13

The free software community in Bilwi organized FLISoL (Latin American free software install fest) this year as the only city in Nicaragua holding this event on April 22nd (Masaya holding it a week later). I had previously got in touch with one of the community members, Robert Müller, at the Central American Free Software Meeting in 2016, but I had never visited Bilwi before. FLISoL took place at URACCAN. Since this university does not offer many engineering programs, the expected audience was a little different than I was used to.

Besides installations, there were talks open to the public. I helped to arrange the Fedora booth, the only booth in the event. Attendees were attracted by install media and t-shirts that were raffled after the last talk.

I did a talk on “What’s new in Fedora 26.” There were many questions after the presentation, and the audience was invited to follow up in the Fedora stand. I also co-presented on OpenStreetMap with the event organizer, Robert Müller.

This was not the only Fedora-related presentation at this event. Omar Berroterán spoke on Fedora for home entertainment and Naima Fernández did a talk on educational robotics with Icaro. This last talk was very engaging and the university staff even asked her to do more sessions on Icaro via Hangouts.

I personally helped to install Fedora in one machine, which unfortunately turned out to have a failing hard disk drive so it was unsuccessful. However, Omar Berroterán managed to install Fedora on many other computers!

We are very thankful with the FLISoL staff in Bilwi and URACCAN for providing the facilities and support for the free software community in Bilwi. Also thankful with the attendees in general for their interest in the Fedora Project. There are now more Fedora users in Bilwi (we met a bunch of old users in the stand) and chances are the community will continue to grow. I hope to visit Bilwi in near future.

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