Commands tagged notify-send (16)

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Enable verbose boot in Mac OS X Open Firmware

Backup of a partition
Clone a partion with tar.

Search and play MP3 from Skreemr
This use the Screemr search engine to play mp3 songs

Run a command on a remote machine
This counts the number of httpd processes running.

Copy your ssh public key to a server from a machine that doesn't have ssh-copy-id
This one is a bit more robust -- the remote machine may not have an .ssh directory, and it may not have an authorized_keys file, but if it does already, and you want to replace your ssh public key for some reason, this will work in that case as well, without duplicating the entry.

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Echo the latest commands from commandlinefu on the console
A Quick variation to the latest commands list with the new-lines skipped. This is faster to read.

Display IPs accessing your Apache webserver.


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