" Restore terminal screen when exiting Vim if &term =~ "xterm" let &t_ti = "\<Esc>[?47h" let &t_te = "\<Esc>[?47l" endif
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
When you exit vim it does not restore the terminal screen (particularly in FreeBSD), here is how to fix that (file ~/.vimrc):
Sunday, August 19, 2012
csup is a simple tool to keep you FreeBSD source and/or ports collection up to date (rewrite of CSVup in C). There are a number of mirrors around the world hosting the source code and you need to select one that is closest to your location. Use a tool like traceroute to find a one that responds best (shortest path, low delays).
freebsd-update is a tool to fetch and update binary security patches for official releases. e.g. FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE. Once you made fresh OS install this is the way to update your system quickly.
freebsd-update fetch freebsd-update installNote, this tool doesn't work if you build world/kernel from source.