stream facebook feed

watch -n -0.1 fbcmd stream timeline
Streams your timeline on the commandline, required fbcmd

By: hako
2013-04-20 17:36:18

What Others Think

Download a script and run it. I'm not sure where the 'fu' is.
toxick · 399 weeks and 5 days ago
Download a script and run it. I'm not sure where the 'fu' is.
toxick · 399 weeks and 5 days ago
I have no idea about the stream facebook feed and nothing about the code is shared here. So those who are interested in knowing about the code can use the details provided here. This is a good page for the IT professionals
Kaitlyn · 27 weeks and 5 days ago
The above command you have shared here is used for streaming your timeline on the command line. This website helps you to understand so many such commands. This makes students tasks more easier. I am looking for more such commands from here.
Alyssalauren · 6 weeks ago

What do you think?

Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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