Commands tagged ip address (116)

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Transfer a file to multiple hosts over ssh
You can push files to up to 32 servers at once assuming ssh keys are in place. Great tool, it is part of the pssh suite.

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

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

Display usb power mode on all devices

Prints line numbers
If you don't have nl on your system, this achieves a similar effect, the default behavior in nl is to not number blank lines, but this does.

Find the package that installed a command

setup a tunnel from destination machine port 80 to localhost 2001, via a second (hub) machine.
this is handy when the hubmachine is the only machine that can connect to the destination machine (allowed on ip by firewall) and you want to access it from your laptop.

Find dead symbolic links
-L tells find to follow symbolic links, so -type l will only return links it can't follow (i.e., those that are broken).

remove password from openssl key file
Strip a password from a openssl key to use with apache httpd server

vi show line numbers
you don't have to spell out numbers, you can just use nu


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