ECE497 Tips and Tricks

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gnome-open

alias it to go

usage: gnome-open <file> or gnome-open <directory>

Give the IP address a name /etc/hosts 137.112.13.14... beagle

Then you can SSH into the beagle by name host$ ssh -Y root@beagle

-Y starts up the display on the host computer so when you type 'gedit <file>' on the terminal, the window will open on the host screen.

Esc-. on the command line fetches the last argument from the last command.

Ctrl-r does a reverse incremental search through command history