Commands tagged cli (5)

  • 包括: 除夕(Chinese New Year?s Day)、清明(Tomb-Sweeping Day)、端午(Dragon Boat Festival)、中秋(Mid-Autumn Festival)等传统节日,以及元旦、五一、十一、儿童节、教师节等。 Show Sample Output


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    gcal -i -s1 -qcn --chinese-months -cezk .
    s5unty · 2010-12-17 10:07:43 0
  • Lauching an app including jars in an adjacent lib folder to its classpath


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    java -jar app.jar -cp $(echo lib/*.jar | tr ' ' ':')
    xymor · 2012-10-29 12:51:46 0
  • Following in the steps of a few other scripts on here, I thought I'd mix in the ability to add in an instance tag output into this. This can be super useful if you are using the "Name" tag as a hostname tag and feeding that into, say Route53 for DNS to reach the machine. Helps for scripting against later. Show Sample Output


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    aws ec2 describe-instances --filters "Name=vpc-id,Values=<replace_with_id>" --query 'Reservations[].Instances[].[ [Tags[?Key==`Name`].Value][0][0],PrivateIpAddress,InstanceId,State.Name,Placement.AvailabilityZone ]' --output table
    fydgit · 2015-08-27 21:52:58 0
  • This command will shutdown all VMs on an VMWare ESX host. First it tries to gracefully shutdown the VM. If that fails it will hard shutdown and the power off.


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    for vm in `/usr/bin/vmware-cmd -l`; do /usr/bin/vmware-cmd "${vm}" stop trysoft; done
    maxheadroom · 2011-09-15 06:56:49 0
  • The rsstail is the python version (python-rsstail). The final command pipe it on every new line to gammu and a connected phone rsstail -o -n 1 --f 'RedditQuote: {title}' http://www.reddit.com/r/quotes/new/.rss | while read line; do /usr/bin/gammu --sendsms TEXT +*yournumber* -text "$line"; done Show Sample Output


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    rsstail -o -n 1 --f 'RedditQuote: {title}' http://www.reddit.com/r/quotes/new/.rss
    Youpfu · 2014-01-08 15:33:48 0

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