Commands tagged bitcoin (12)

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Enter a command but keep it out of the history
Put a space in front of your command on the command line and it will not be logged as part of your command line history.

Execute a command before display the bash prompt
For example, if you are the type who type ls very often, then $ PROMPT_COMMAND=ls will ls after every command you issue.

Convert JSON to YAML
You need to install the Catmandu Perl module via `cpanm Catmandu`

Show Apt/Dpkg configuration
Shows all configurations to apt and dpkg, rarely changed, you probably still have the default configuration. Go ahead and explore your configuration if you dare, perhaps change your apt-cache directory, Dir::Cache "var/cache/apt/"; or the names of the log files.

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Export unpushed files list

sends a postscript file to a postscript printer using netcat

Email someone if a web page has been updated.
A cronjob command line to email someone when a webpages homepage is updated.

List Threads by Pid along with Thread Start Time
This command will list all threads started by a particular pid along with the start time of each thread. This is very valuable when diagnosing thread leaks.


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