Monthly Archives: January 2014

Giveaway: Dash – Offline access to documentation

As developer you dig through documentation on a daily basis and most of this documentation is only available online these days, and even if you get them to download the search functionality is gone. But what if you want to develop while you are, for example, in a plane or a train without internet connection? Continue reading

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yum – install package that contains a specific file

When i realised that the program to manage the SELinux rules is called “semanage” i tried to find a package of the same name in the yum repositories. But i could not find it. So i had to find it inside the yum repository. I am happy that yum provides an easy way to find a file that is provided within a package. Continue reading

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