We all know rc.local. It’s always been the easiest way of adding something to the end of the init procedure. Oh, but not with systemd, the unstoppable bloatware init system, of course. Something like rc.local could be quite useful though, especially with Qubes OS.
I’m trying to find some nice tool to easily access and manage my directory of authentication details, passwords, etc. I set up KeePassX which seems to be the most recommended password management tool (on Linux systems that is). But is it really that awesome? I’m not sure.
For the past month I’ve been using a Xen/Linux distro called Qubes OS as my main desktop OS. It’s a really techy OS that enforces you to adapt new ways of computer desktoping security.
urxvt (rxvt-unicode) is the terminal emulator I tend to use with X. Since I’m really used to be working with shells through the Windows program PuTTY, I try to get urxvt to resemble PuTTY as much as possible.