Finally! I am using openbsd! It is quite interesting but somethings are different. I will need to post somethings to help me remember =]
Starting by package search:
pkg_info -aPqQ package | sort
where package is what you are looking for. Thanks for the tip Umgeher!
Today I figured a pretty cool git command. Up to this day, sometimes I get a bit disorganized with the branches, and
git stash came to save the day (or at least some working stamina).
Here is the procedure:
“Oh no! I forgot to change the branch before making changes”
git stash save "name of the mistake"
Now, moving to the correct branch
git checkout the-correct-branch
Recover the modifications
And, a nice command:
Why? Well, because as an emacs user, you are probably tired of your pinky trip to ctrl in order to do the “chords”.
I would assume, hypothetical reader, that you have already tried changing caps for ctrl. Well that’s nice, however, let me introduce you the better idea (giving credit where is due, thanks for this Umgeher!).
It is a lot more comfortable and an easier transition to change
caps->shift. The muscle memory for shift stays the same and ctrl is in a much more comfortable position. Here is
xmodmap script to arrange that:
! making shift ctrl and caps shift
remove Lock = Caps_Lock
remove Shift = Shift_L
remove Control = Control_L
keysym Caps_Lock = Shift_L
keysym Shift_L = Control_L
keysym Control_L = Control_L
add Lock = Caps_Lock
add Shift = Shift_L
add Control = Control_L