Commands tagged ps2pdf (3)

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Check if x509 certificate file and rsa private key match
A x509 certificate and a rsa key file have in common a parameter called modulus, it is a very long hexadecimal number. That value is unique for each certficate / key pair. The command allows to do the check of this pair of values in a script using a great feature of bash. "

export iPad App list to txt file
This will generate the same output without changing the current directory, and filepath will be relative to the current directory. Note: it will (still) fail if your iTunes library is in a non-standard location.

Tells which group you DON'T belong to (opposite of command "groups") --- uses sed
special thanks to XwZ :)

Open Remote Desktop (RDP) from command line having a custom screen size
This example uses xfreerdp, which builds upon the development of rdesktop. This example usage will also send you the remote machine's sound.

print text in color red
eg: $printTextInColorRed foo bar foo bar [in red color]

list files recursively by size

Sum columns from CSV column $COL

Watch postgresql calls from your application on localhost
It's certainly not nicely formatted SQL, but you can see the SQL in there...

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Google URL shortener
use curl and sed to shorten an url via goo.gl


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