I love how LightTable is shaping up. It’s easy to use and is what i want in a editor. Simple yet useful. Have plugin support plus themes and skins.
Nodejs is quite in the news now a days and for good. Let’s not go to details here, straight to install process and get it working. The 1st thing is to fire a terminal and become root by
su - . Let’s add a repository for the latest Nodejs packages, default openSUSE repos have Nodejs but old version (.8.12):
1st of all you have to create an app where we will allow permissions like manage_pages and read_insights etc to have full access to pages tokens etc from that app. So let’s start and try to make it as simple as we can.
I will try to make it simple and easy to follow. No extra steps or configuration here, just the basic stuff which will get you going.
Artha is nice and well written dictionary application for Linux. The good thing about it is that it can work offline, which means it will pull the database during installation so that it can work offline. So next time if you are not connected to internet and want to search some word meaning, Artha will do the job well.
In Gnome we will use jmtpfs for mounting, which will do most of the jobs. So we no need to use mtpfs or install its libs.