Download slt.py python script (supports multiple build) from this repository.
python slt.py <"sublime_text file path">
|# Linux (Using KDE Neon, Based on Ubuntu 18.04 a.k.a Bionic Beaver) #|
|1. Update your Sublime Text 3 to latest version (3.2.1 Build 3207)|
|2. Enter License|
|3. Open Terminal and execute command|
|4. "sudo chattr +i ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Local/License.sublime_license" to make immutable file|
|----- BEGIN LICENSE -----|
This is an answer to https://twitter.com/developius/status/892470102632923136 about his SSL with Docker Swarm, Let's Encrypt and Nginx blog post and a way to not kill Nginx for certificate generation/renewal.
(from what I read in the blog post)
/etc/letsencryptdirectory so that certificates are on the host and not on the container.
Setting up an OS to work with xhyve can be a bit tricky, but it's not impossible. These intructions should be generally applicable to most versions of Linux.
Xhyve will use a file as a logical disk. Be sure you have the filesize you need, because growing the file later is tricky to impossible (you could try to use
qcow or similar to get around this, but qcow volumes can be tricky to mount).
dd if=/dev/zero of=hdd.img bs=1g count=32 # Create a 32 gig disk. Raise 'count' as desired
|-- This creates a shim Application that will enable you to open files from the Finder in vim using iTerm|
|-- To use this script:|
|-- 1. Open Automator and create a new Application|
|-- 2. Add the "Run Applescript" action|
|-- 3. Paste this script into the Run Applescript section|
|-- 4. Save the application as TerminalVim.app in your Applications folder|
|-- 5. In the Finder, right click on a file and select "Open With". In that window you can set TerminalVim as a default|