The beginning of a series of real-world usage examples for the most commonly used Linux commands. grep is a tool designed to search through file contents for certain words, numbers or patterns, and is probably one of the most useful tools in a sysadmin’s arsenal.

So, there was this election…. I live in Wisconsin. Even if you’ve been under a rock the past year, there was absolutely no way you could have missed the election. Wisconsin was one of those “battleground” states that various PACs poured hundreds of millions of dollars into in order toContinue Reading

The writing bug has bitten me again after my recent, but short-lived foray into writing articles for an Eve Online website. ┬áMy biggest problem is: What the hell do I write about? I’ve got a few ideas as of right now which are not limited to: more stuff about eve,Continue Reading