Linux tip: repeat a command as sudo

When you run a command in the terminal, and realize it requires superuser permissions, use the following command to re-run the command as superuser: sudo !! Here is an example scenario: apt-get install myapplication (permission denied) sudo !! The best part is that you can use this to prefix your command with anything. In the […]

How to change crontab’s location

For a reason or another, you might one to change your crontab’s location. For instance, you might want to move it under a version-controlled directory or keep it under your backed up directories. When I reinstalled my home server, I’ve put all of my essential scripts under a directory on another partition to make distro […]