open the bashrc file: > your_favorite_text_editor ~/.bashrc & add the alias at the end of the file: > alias alias_name='1st_command; 2nd_command; and_so_on' save the file and close the editor type on the terminal > source ~/.bashrc
To do this on Linux is too easy and it don't need a guide. get GhostScript, here or here; [this allows you to deal with the PostScript language, needed to produce texts, images and pages] get MiKTeX, here; [you can consider it as your latex packages manager] get a Latex editor. The most common are Lyx, … Continue reading Get Latex on Windows
You need to disable Windows fast start-up option. Open Control Panel -> Energy Settings; select "Change what the power buttons do"; Choose "Change settings that are currently unavailable", scroll down and uncheck "Turn on fast start-up (recommended)". Now restart
Don't worry, you are not a loser for this. As I already said, reality do not allow to use Linux or Windows as an exclusive operative system, so I found that the best way to go on is to rely on both them. It's like when you prefer to drive a motorcycle: it's more confortable, allows … Continue reading So you are on Windows again, ye?
Ok, here I collect some tricks, solution, works around and other stuff for the typical all day life of a Linux user that I found as a beginner. Almost all you read here comes from other websites. Reality do not allow to use Linux or Windows as an exclusive operative system, so I found that … Continue reading Eye on Linux
Extreme density and temperature allow the transition for the ordinary matter to the deconfined phase, in which quarks and gluons are free from their parent hadrons and they can interact with each other. Such conditions can be reached by ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions. Different phases of evolution of the matter are predicted according to theoretical … Continue reading Evolution of collisions and QGP