Commands by mrwill (7)

  • this command will beep like an alarm for one minute from 18:57. you can change "1857" to your desired time. you should have alsa-oss package installed, and you should also be root or part of "audio" group.


    -1
    while true; do while [ `date +%H%M` == "1857" ] ; do sleep 1s; yes | head -n 2000 > /dev/dsp; done; done;
    mrwill · 2011-04-23 14:44:26 5

  • 0
    equery belongs $( which mv )
    mrwill · 2011-02-11 22:50:15 0

  • -3
    rename .txt .md *.txt
    mrwill · 2010-12-19 20:04:37 3
  • you should have the "most" package installed. I like it because it is colorful and easier to read. alternatively you can use "less" instead of "most". you can also add this to your ~/.bashrc to make it permanent.


    1
    export MANPAGER='most'
    mrwill · 2010-07-02 08:35:36 2

  • 0
    ifconfig eth0 | awk '/inet / {print $2}' | cut -d ':' -f2
    mrwill · 2010-06-30 08:52:01 0
  • if you want to see all information about a package use: rpm -qi pkgname full list of querytags can be accessed by the command: rpm --querytags you can also customize the query format how ever you like with using more querytags together along with escape sequences in "man printf"! you can also use more than one package name. for example this command shows name and version in to columns: rpm -q --queryformat %-30{NAME}%{VERSION}\\n pkg1 pkg2 Show Sample Output


    1
    rpm -q --queryformat %{VERSION}\\n pkgname
    mrwill · 2010-06-03 01:54:17 0
  • you can also pipe it to "tail" command to show 10 most memory using processes. Show Sample Output


    13
    ps aux --sort=%mem,%cpu
    mrwill · 2009-10-10 22:48:51 0

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