Commit 2685f96e authored by Pallav Agarwal's avatar Pallav Agarwal

Add reference link page and add tagged post section

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<p>This post was long due. I often find blog posts, reference sheets and useful links that
I feel I should bookmark. However, I often lose these bookmarks when I shift Operating
Systems or browsers (which happens very often). I am hoping that this will be a better
and a more reliable way to keep track of all these resources.</p>
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<p>For the TL;DR people, here is the verdict. Microsoft has tried (For the first time, it seems) very hard to actually make the OS more hospitable for both technical and the non-technical community. Features like PackageManagement and switchable desktops (Linux Workspace equivalent) actually have made Windows 10 a huge improvement over its predecessor.</p> <p>So, like everyone else, in the past two days, my facebook feed was filled with posts about Windows 10. As a linux user, I tried for quite some time to ignore the posts, but then finally decided to upgrade my preinstalled Windows to 10.</p> <p>The article is...
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<a href="/2015/08/01/Windows-10/">WINDOWS 10: A LINUX USER'S PERSPECTIVE</a>
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<span class="date">Aug 01, 2015</span>
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<p>For the TL;DR people, here is the verdict. Microsoft has tried (For the first time, it seems) very hard to actually make the OS more hospitable for both technical and the non-technical community. Features like PackageManagement and switchable desktops (Linux Workspace equivalent) actually have made Windows 10 a huge improvement over its predecessor.</p> <p>So, like everyone else, in the past two days, my facebook feed was filled with posts about Windows 10. As a linux user, I tried for quite some time to ignore the posts, but then finally decided to upgrade my preinstalled Windows to 10.</p> <p>The article is...
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<a href="/2015/08/01/SSH-from-Windows/">USING SSH FROM WINDOWS 10 WITHOUT PUTTY</a>
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<a href="/2015/06/26/Linuxbrew/">PACKAGE MANAGEMENT WITHOUT ROOT ACCESS - AN INTRO TO LINUXBREW</a>
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<p>First a little background. At my college, we are given login accounts for accessing PC's at the Computer Labs. I usually use them for setting up my work environment for easy access through SSH. Though that makes it very easy for me to resume my work, from any computer or laptop on the network, the preinstalled packages are too old for my taste.</p> <p>Have a look:</p> <p><img src="/img/oldVersions.png" alt="Versions before LinuxBrew update" class='img-responsive'></p> <p>This is what we want to end up with:</p> <p><img src="/img/newVersions.png" alt="Versions after LinuxBrew update" class='img-responsive'> <br /></p> <p>Of course, this can be achieved by compiling the...
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<a href="/2015/06/26/Linuxbrew/">PACKAGE MANAGEMENT WITHOUT ROOT ACCESS - AN INTRO TO LINUXBREW</a>
<p class="author" style="text-align: right;">
<span class="date">Jun 26, 2015</span>
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<div class="content">
<p>First a little background. At my college, we are given login accounts for accessing PC's at the Computer Labs. I usually use them for setting up my work environment for easy access through SSH. Though that makes it very easy for me to resume my work, from any computer or laptop on the network, the preinstalled packages are too old for my taste.</p> <p>Have a look:</p> <p><img src="/img/oldVersions.png" alt="Versions before LinuxBrew update" class='img-responsive'></p> <p>This is what we want to end up with:</p> <p><img src="/img/newVersions.png" alt="Versions after LinuxBrew update" class='img-responsive'> <br /></p> <p>Of course, this can be achieved by compiling the...
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<a href="/2015/06/18/IIT-Kanpur/">IIT KANPUR: THE FIRST YEAR</a>
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Reference Sheets and Useful Links
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This post was long due. I often find blog posts, reference sheets and useful links that I feel I should bookmark. However, I often lose.......to keep track of all these resources. Python Future: This is a brilliant cheat sheat to write cross compatible code for both PYTHON-2 and PYTHON-3
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<p>We all love to characterise things as "More than the sum of it's parts". We'd like to say the same about our linux operating system. My <strong>ARCH</strong> is more than the sum of it's parts! Well.. no.</p>
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