Commands tagged docker (34)

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wget progress bar with customized data size for dots

ignore hidden directory in bash completion (e.g. .svn)

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

Bypass 1000 Entry limit of Active Directory with ldapsearch
That command bypass the entry limit specifing page results size, when the search arrive to the limit ldapsearch magically reiterate it from the last entry.

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

Check if it's OK to spawn tmux. Bool's Rools.
The command cechks if we are connected to a X11 console, if the $TERM var noct yet contains a "screen" derivat, and only then attachs to tmux. You could add a test for interactive shell [[ $- == *i* ]] but your .bashrc has that already, I bet.

show where symlinks are pointing
displays the output of ls -l without the rest of the crud. pretty simple but useful.

Change pidgin status
Changes pidgin status using its dbus interface. The status code can be obtained using command #4543.

OpenDns IP update via curl
Your IP is resolved by OpenDns Server (like a caller ID telephone, every server knows who is calling ;-) Change user:password by yours Be Happy

remove repeated pairs of characters e.g. "xtxtxtxt" will become "xt"
This will remove repeated characters e.g. echo "xtxtxtxt" | sed -ru 's/(..)\1{2,}/\1/g' the output will just be "xt"


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