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LHB Linux Digest #24.10: Nano and Vim Series, OOM Concept, Ansible Apt and More

Two tutorial series on Vim and Nano editors among other things.

β€” Abhishek Prakash

Warp Terminal

Did you know that Linux Handbook has a YouTube channel?

Nope? Not your fault. The last video I uploaded was more than 4 years ago. The channel has just 10 videos but it has over 100,000 views. Wow! I didn't even know that until recently.

So, my mid-year resolution (is that even a thing?) is to produce more videos on Linux topics.

Does that sound interesting? If yes, join me on YouTube.

Other than that, I have reorganized two new 'getting started' series:

I hope you like them. I am organizing more articles in to series like these so that you can easily learn a particular topic in a more streamlined fashion.

πŸ’­ What else do you get in this edition of LHB Linux Digest:

  • Getting Started series for Vim and Nano
  • Ansible tutorials
  • Using ddrescue to rescue failing disk
  • Tools and memes for Linux lovers

✨ Warp: Power of AI in Linux Terminal

Copilot but for Linux Terminal! See Warp in action πŸ‘‡

Warp terminal now has the agent mode that can:

  • Understand plain English
  • Execute commands and use that output to guide you
  • Correct itself when it encounters mistakes
  • Learn and integrate with any service that has public docs or –help

You may join with my referral link if you want or simply go to their website.

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Abhishek Prakash