Suraj Deshmukh


containers, packaging, programming, hacks, kubernetes, openshift, fedora, centos

Project specific scripts

Instead of polluting your PATH the easier way to put project specific scripts

Suraj Deshmukh

2 minute read

There are always scripts that you write to automate some mundane tasks. And then you put that script in a directory that is in your PATH. But what this does is that it pollutes your system global PATH and shows up in places you wouldn’t want it to be in.

How to disable your Chrome Ctrl + W keybinding

Learn how to disable the shortcut Ctrl + W altogether on your GNOME

Suraj Deshmukh

2 minute read

I am about to attempt the CKA exam and it has a browser based terminal. And I am used to this terminal shortcut Ctrl + W which deletes a word. But the same shortcut in browser can close a tab. Since this exam is combination of both I am afraid I might close my exam tab while deleting a word in terminal. Now the only solution to this is disabling the shortcut in chrome. But turns out that the shortcut is hard coded in chrome.

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I am a Software Engineer at Kinvolk, working on various tooling around container technology like Docker, Kubernetes.