Creating Aliases with .bashrc

Using Kubuntu 13.10 x64 and OS X 10.9. Want to be able to launch several commands at once or at least shorten some already esiting commands? We can do that by creating aliases. I like to use nano, but any text editor will do. [OPTIONAL] Install nano### Ubuntu sudo apt-get install nano OS X installs nano with Xcode. Here we're editing .bashrc with nano, but keep in mind it won't be pre-installed on all systems. Edit .bashrc or .bash_profile### Ubuntu. Edit/create .bashrc. nano .bashrc OS X. Edit/create .bash_profile. nano .bashrc Go to the bottom…

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Setting Up Ghost on OpenShift using OS X

DEPRECATED - Red Hat has retired OpenShift v2### The silver plan, paid by use, has been replaced with a $50/month pro tier. Now I'm using Heroku, whose paid plans start at $7 US/month. Using OS X 10.9.1. Insert your own values for **CAPITALS**. ###Initial Setup### Sign up with OpenShift.com. Install Xcode. Install Git for OS X. [Note] Press Ctrl+Click to open installers rejected by OS X 10.9 (Mavericks). This happens for anything outside their App Store and approved developer list. It can be disabled from System Preferences > Security & Privacy. Install RHC…

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LibreOffice SpellCheck Not Working

Kubuntu 13.10 x64. I've found that LibreOffice often claims to be spellchecking, but comes up empty for Canadian, British and Australian English. That's usually because no spellchecker is actually installed. Install one of these for your language. hunspell aspell myspell Here's how to install Canadian English in *Ubuntu. sudo apt-get install hunspell-en-ca Close/reopen LibreOffice and that's it! :D…

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