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make a cron like: `*/5 * * * * root bash /root/vpn-check.sh`
0 10 posted 5 years ago by dbiesecke
transparently download from google-drive with command line
1 27 posted 6 years ago by cinco
DS_Store files are automatically created by Mac OSX Finder in browsed directories. These files contain information about system configuration. If you upload them along with other files, the files can be misused to obtain information about your comput...
0 17 posted 6 years ago by Haerviu
With this script a new user gets created and gets his own VirtualHost and database. The username is used for building the domain, so the username "test" leads to the domain test.local. The password for the MySQL account used for creating the datab...
1 31 posted 6 years ago by derbenni
Find and replace contents of files ending in .php with nothing. then append contents of template.php to all files in directory
0 30 posted 7 years ago by zlincoln
Tests whether the script has been invoked with the correct number of parameters.
0 14 posted 7 years ago by triffel
This example will go get the latest version of wordpress and save it as "wordpress-latest.tar.gz" in the current directory. Note, don't include the protocal (http://) in the url.
0 20 posted 8 years ago by beneberle
List out all your Zombie processes
0 20 posted 8 years ago by kajinka13
List files in varying detail
0 22 posted 8 years ago by klovera
Add this to your .profile or .bash_rc file, source the file, navigate to the directory and call "rm_whitespace" Based on: http://snipplr.com/view/4468/batch-rename-files-in-directory/
1 97 posted 8 years ago by licensetoil
See also http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/bashref.html#Bindable-Readline-Commands for the standard bindings and more detailed explanation of what they do.
0 28 posted 8 years ago by cczona
If you need to zip a directory named folderName and ignore all .DS_Store files, then do the following:
0 19 posted 8 years ago by beneberle
0 10 posted 8 years ago by beneberle
insert this to home directory .bashrc file
0 15 posted 8 years ago by farstar78
OFP is the database environment
0 35 posted 8 years ago by theonlyalterego
First, find the proper package from http://www.joomla.org/download/ and copy its path. Then, over ssh, navigate to the root of the joomla install and perform these commands. In the case of an upgrade, this will overwrite in place the needed files, an...
0 16 posted 8 years ago by beneberle
A couple of snippets useful for file management. I use these to make sure I understand how many files I'm about to modify, and then rename them.
0 18 posted 9 years ago by alassiter
A very simple quick way to count the number of files in a directory.
0 22 posted 9 years ago by alassiter
0 17 posted 9 years ago by hced
Come modificare i permessi di tutti i files (senza toccare le cartelle) o viceversa
0 13 posted 9 years ago by tuffo19
Searches down the current directory every file whose name matches (case insensitively) {{file_pattern}} for the regexp {{text}}.
0 19 posted 9 years ago by jarnaldich
0 13 posted 9 years ago by apro2000
To rename a bunch of files from "*.foo" to "*.bar" (like windows' REN *.foo *.bar) in unix. Looking at the solution, it is easy to adapt it to more powerful character substitutions on a 1 to 1 basis. If you want to test what will be executed b...
0 17 posted 9 years ago by jarnaldich
the -r means it's recursive, the f suppresses the need to confirm every file deletion.
0 22 posted 9 years ago by beneberle
You will be prompted for a password after issuing this command
1 19 posted 9 years ago by beneberle
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