Solarized Linux

I like very much Ethan Schoonover Solarized color palette. So I decided write a guide, howto get Solarized colors to most commonly used Linux terminals (Gnome-Terminal, Konsole, XFCE Terminal, Mate-Terminal), Text editors (Gedit, Vim) and IDEs (Eclipse, NetBeans). These are not my projects, so the greatest honor belongs, of course, these projects owners and Ethan Schoonover.

  1. Install Needed Tools (git, mercurial, 7-zip) 2. Create and Change to Solarized Directory 3.
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Nautilus “Open in Terminal” on Fedora/CentOS/Red Hat (RHEL)

This is quick tip howto add “Open in Terminal” to Nautilus (Gnome File Manager) context menu on Fedora, CentOS and Red Hat (RHEL). Many Linux, Nautilus Open in Terminal feature is installed by default. For some reason on Red Hat-based Linux, this does not exists. This is very useful little feature and speed up moving to console from Nautilus.

  1. Change root user su - ## OR ## sudo -i 2.
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Linux: Create Text File on Linux Shell / Command Line

This is a very typical case, the need to create a temp file on the command line quickly. Opening editor, writing content, save file and quit editor is not the fastest possible way. A faster way is to use the cat command with the name of the file and write contents of the file and give the end-of-file character (Ctrl-D). This is guide, howto create (or append to) text file without text editor on Linux shell / command line.
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Add Hostname, Date, Time, Uptime, Load Average to Linux Terminal Title

This tip is really useful if you need/want to monitor multiple servers at the same time. This Tip works, as the tip, by which you can add the date and time the title of the Linux terminal, but it adds more usefull info to terminal title. Following bash one liner add hostname, date, time, uptime, users and load Average to Linux Terminal Title and updates it every second. This trick works at least following terminals: Gnome Terminal, xterm, urxvt, rxvt.
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