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In this screencast I explain what it means for Aubrey’s gVim users that
Select Mode has been entirely disabled. Because it is disabled I have found that you have to be aware that you are in Visual Mode/Command Mode/Normal Mode when you select text, which means you cannot just start typing your replacement text, you must issue a command.
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this screencast I explore using Subversion ( svn) to checkout Google Code using Ubuntu Server in a virtual machine (using VirtualBox). The purpose of this screencast was two-fold.
First, I wanted to setup a Linux environment to use on Windows 7 for actual Linux stuff. As part of this I had to setup
shared folders to the host operating system from the guest. Second, I wanted to use
Subversion ( svn) to checkout some code (for the first time, for me).
So, in this screencast we will be:
Setting up a Virtual Machine and installing Ubuntu Server (10.10)
Setting up the required dependencies to install VirtualBox Guest Additions
VirtualBox Guest Additions and setting up and using shared folders on the host system Installing and using Subversion (svn) to
checkout some Google Code Taking a
snapshot in VirtualBox of our successful setup
This has been put in
Code & Development because I will soon be using the virtual environment to run a local LAMP server (for a later screencast).
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DEV and tagged Code & Development, Google, Google Code, linux, Operating Systems, Browsers & Virtualization, Oracle VirtualBox, Screencasts, subversion, Tips, Tricks & Hacks, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Server 10.10, Virtualization on . July 1, 2011