Windows 10 | move workspace shortcut

So cool function is Windows 10. It is so light performance in Windows 10.
Move workspace quickly and enhance the performance.
When using Cygwin, ‘Ctrl + tab’ can move Cygwin windows. It also so nice to work.

Windows Key + Ctrl + D : Add a new workspace
Windows Key + Ctrl + ← / → / ↑ / ↓ : Move(Navigate) worksapce

Windows 10 | move workspace shortcut

Vi Command(Usage)

# Record and Play(Repeat)
qa ; start record
q ; stop record
@a ; play(repeat)
98@a ; play(repeat) 98 times
ctrl+a ; incremental number at a number character cursor

 

#Copy And Paste With A Slot Registered
(Using an ‘a’ Slot.)
“ay
“ap

 

#Character Case Toggle(Uppercase Lowercase)
gU : uppercase
gu : lowercase
~ : toggle

 

#Visual mode selection
v : visual mode selection
ctrl + v : visual mode virtical selection

 

#Convert to Lowercase
v : visual mode selection
(and then) u

gu

 

#Convert to Uppercase
v : visual mode selection
(and then) U

gU

 

#Cscope & Ctags Update in vim window
:cscope -Rbq
:cs reset

 

#Screen Up/Down
Ctrl+y (Screen Up)
Ctrl+e (Screen Down)
zl (Screen Right)
zh (Screen Left)
zL (Screen Right)
zH (Screen Left)
zs (Screen Right)
ze (Screen Left)

 

#Split windows
ctrl+wv (Vertical)
ctrl+ws (Horizontal)
ls (Show current buffers)
ctrl+wl / ctrl+wh / ctrl+wj / ctrl+wk (Navigate windows)
ctrl+wr (Shift up/down or left/right)
ctrl+ww (Iterate windows)
ctrl+w + shift+h/l/j/k (Move window)

Vi Command(Usage)

Git Server Setting on Ubuntu

# Install GIT

$) sudo add-apt-repository ppa:git-core/ppa

$) sudo apt-get update

$) sudo apt-get install git-core

$) git version

 

# Create an admin account

$) sudo adduser git

$) su – git

$) cd ~

$) mkdir .ssh

$) sudo chmod 700 .ssh

$) cat id_rsa.pub >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

$) chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

$) rm -rf id_rsa.pub

# Security Settings

$) sudo vi /etc/passwd
(If the message “user id(account) is not in the sudoers file.” shows, see here.)

from

git:x:1001:1001:,,,:/home/git:/bin/bash

to

git:x:1001:1001:,,,:/home/git:/usr/bin/git-shell

Now the access is denied.

 

# Create repository

Login or connect git account to local or remote machine.

$) cd ~

$) mkdir [repo-name].git

$) cd [repo-name].git

If it is a first try,

$) git init –bare –shared

Or there is a being used repository

$) git clone –bare –shared [repo-url]

 

# Retrieve by client

$) git clone git@[git-repo-url]:test.git

 

Reference Source : http://webdir.tistory.com/220

 

 

Git Server Setting on Ubuntu