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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:
This command, when run from the directory containing "filename", will remove the file and any hard or symbolic links to the file.
This uses wget instead of curl
This is a slight variation of an existing submission, but uses regular expression to look for files instead. This makes it vastly more versatile, and one can easily verify the files to be kept by running ls | egrep "[REGULAR EXPRESSION]"
Pulls all instances of table out of information schema, executes a SELECT COUNT(*) on each table/database instance, and then strips out any empty tables.
This will give you a friendly warning if a command doesn't exists.
Check if SSH tunnel is open and open it, if it isn't.
NB: In this example, 3333 would be your local port, 5432 the remote port (which is, afaik, usually used by PostgreSQL) and of course you should replace REMOTE_HOST with any valid IP or hostname. The example above let's you work on remote PostgreSQL databases from your local shell, like this:
psql -E -h localhost -p 3333
I constantly need to work on my local computer, thus I need a way to download the codeigniter user guide, this is the wget way I figured.
thx Montecristo, thx hckhckhck
This will delete the branch 'featureless' on the origin remote.
Do not forget to delete the branch locally using:
git branch -d featureless
'I got it here'-credit:
I duplicated here incase you stumbled here first.
Tested on Solaris.
If there is update available for the package you can see upgrade is from which version to which version. Also you will get detail about which release the package belongs to (stable/testing/sid).
Using sed to print newlines as doing it in one line with diff is non-trivial.
uses fifo and sets to a specific port. In this case 4201.
#_connects src_IP dst_IP When_It_Happened_Secs
search argument in PATH
accept grep expressions
without args, list all binaries found in PATH
Function that searchs a process by its name and shows in the terminal.
* Shows the Header for reference
* Hides the process 'grep' from the list
* Case sensitive