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Wow, didn't really expect you to read this far down. The latest iteration of the site is in open beta. It's a gentle open beta-- not in prime-time just yet. It's being hosted over at UpGuard (link) and you are more than welcome to give it a shot. Couple things:
works like a charm for the K610i
This is how I've done it in the past
Isn't that simplier huh?
due to bug can not comment
This command will open up the two files in FileMerge on OS X. You can also compare two directories.
opendiff directory1 directory2
NOTE: FileMerge is a part of the OS X Developer Tools, available on the install disc.
An example config file is placed in the sample output along with the command line call to use it.
The rsync daemon here is setup on the destination, thus requiring the read only = false flag. Also it uses uid and gid of root, change as required.
grabs your local IP Address.
Download Gsplitter extension, and execute it with Chrome !
Or download it here :
This backup function preserve the file suffix allowing zsh suffix aliases and desktop default actions to work with the backup file too.
to find occurances of expr1 OR expr2
cd into the directory that contains the file.
this is just the usual move command but shortcut'd.
say you wanted to move a photo img1.png from ~/photos/holidayphotos into the parent directory which is ~/photos
command would be:
~/photos/holidayphotos$ mv img1.png ..
I use Ubuntu so this'll work in debian but not sure what else.
Checks whether your power supply is still plugged in.
If not it will trigger an alarm at maximum volume.
I think I picked this one up from Hak5 (yeah I know.. kinda lame)
Is there a way to print the line BASH is executing without copy+paste the line inside an 'echo' command?