I just went through a lot of internet search in order to do exactly what the title says, looks like in the Java world you need to have always a IDE like Eclipse, or even worse, Netbeans, but sometimes I just need to test a concept and I don’t want to create a project for it.
In this case I just wanted to make a simple REST client posting a JSON object and receiving the information, lots of posts uses libraries, frameworks and all kind of stuffs, but I wanted to make it the simpler possible so, here’s my code:
Most of the server versions for ubuntu doesn’t comes by default with this extremely useful feature, in order to use it you just need to:
sudo apt-get install bash-completion
And add this text to the
# enable bash completion in interactive shells
if ! shopt -oq posix; then
if [ -f /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion ]; then
elif [ -f /etc/bash_completion ]; then
And just logout and login again, it should work now!
Hi there, when you need to install a lot of fonts it’s easier to do so through the terminal to do so just follow the next steps.
I see a lot of pages with information about how to setup the aliases for the terminal but some put them on the .bashrc file and I always though that it should be a better (more organized) way. And there is.
Well it’s nothing out of the ordinary but I was looking for this specially since the last post about creating SSH Keys.
I don’t know how many times I have done this, and every time don’t remember the commands to do it.
So this post it’s to explain it and to have it for laters formats or new installations.