In Ubuntu nautilus is the default file manager even if you use TDE, KDE or any other desktop environment. From kcontrol: Even if konqueror is at the top of the list, some applications will still open files and directories through nautilus. This is exceptionally annoying so I’m going to present a quick and effective method how to change that once and for all.
sudo cp /usr/share/applications/nautilus-folder-handler.desktop /usr/share/applications/nautilus-folder-handler.desktop-backup
sudo nano /usr/share/applications/nautilus-folder-handler.desktop
One of the cool features of Sublime is its ability to work remotely on a project. Let’s assume we have our local project directory:
And a remote one:
Let’s open it with ‚File-Open Folder’ -> /project/abc. Next, we’ll need a commercial plugin ‚SFTP’. To install it:
type in „install package” And select „SFTP”. After installing additional sidebar menu should be available: The first […]
Instead of logging-in with:
edit or create file:
with the following contents:
From now on it’s possible to omit the -i switch.
Recently, for a project I’ve been working on, I had to choose a container bundle that will do the dirty job. The solution is not using any ‚framework’ , so to keep things simple, one of the obvious choice was Pimple: http://pimple.sensiolabs.org/ Although developed in sensiolabs (the same guys behind Symfony) I had a feeling it’s not really what I need… I started researching and trying it on […]