How To Cache GPG Passphrase In Ubuntu

I got into Debian packaging and one of the most brutal part was to type in the GPG secret key’s password every time I sign a package. I wasted a lot of time typing my long password. I searched a lot to cache my password for some time after I type it once. All of them said to edit gpg-agent.conf, but none of them worked for my fresh installation of …

Draw Animated Christmas Tree In Bash

It’s Christmas again and you’ll be receiving all kinds of greetings. How about greeting them back with a fancy way ? Show off your nerdiness with this super cool Christmas Tree in Bash. All you need is a Linux/Unix terminal with bash installed. Most systems come with bash. So, you don’t have to install anything for this ! Here’s how it looks : Christmas Tree in Bash First of all…

Ubuntu Dekko

This post is part of the Google Code in 2015. The task was to Build the dekko app and run all testsuites. You can see the task here. My System Xubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf : Xubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf Dependencies Installation First of all, I downloaded Ubuntu SDK with the help of this guide. Then, I got the source code URL from Ubuntu Developers Site : git clone https://git.launchpad.net/dekko The…

Resuming Download In Wget, cURL & aria2c

We all download stuffs and we want it to be perfect. No lagging, just download the fastest way, right ? I don’t download via browsers these days, because it is too slow (< 5 KB/s). Google Chrome downloads are the worst. So, I download via command line now. Not all downloading is easy. Sometimes it will break up. So, we must resume it. Only some servers allow to resume downloads.…

Configuring SSH to Enter a Password Automatically

As you know, when you SSH into a system, it will ask for the password which you have to enter everytime. But in cases where you’re SSHing in a script or in a loop, its a really time consuming and boring thing to enter password everytime. So, in this case you have to configure SSH to use a password to enter when asked. But, there is no default option in…

Install Softwares With Dependencies Without Internet

Debian Systems like Ubuntu and others’ software packages has the extension .deb. With the file, you can install softwares on your system. While you click the “Install” button on Ubuntu Software Center or on Synaptic Package Manger, what the system actually do is downloading the .deb file from the server and installing it. These .deb files are installed using the dpkg software. It’s not necessarily required for you to have…