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dcarley/graphite-rpms
RPMs for Graphite/Carbon/Whisper project.
github-star  shell 
may 2015 by davewongillies
kennethreitz/python-guide
Python best practices guidebook, written for Humans.

Project homepage: docs.python-guide.org
github-star  shell 
may 2015 by davewongillies
Welcome to DreamPie!
The Python shell you've always dreamed about!
python  shell  programming  gui 
february 2014 by davewongillies
explainshell.com
match command-line arguments to their help text
shell  linux  bash 
december 2013 by davewongillies
holman/spark - GitHub
See? Here's a graph of your productivity gains after using spark: ▁▂▃▅▇
bash  shell  sparklines 
november 2011 by davewongillies
seebi/dircolors-solarized - GitHub
This is a repository of themes for GNU ls (configured via GNU dircolors) that support Ethan Schoonover’s Solarized color scheme.
shell  ls  gnu  dircolors  themes  solarized  customization 
september 2011 by davewongillies
cliweather
a simple CLI for Google's weather API
weather  cli  shell  utilities 
april 2011 by davewongillies
Gsh's homepage
Gsh is a tool to aggregate several remote shells into one. It is used to launch an interactive remote shell on many machines at once. It is written in Python and requires Python ≥ 2.4.
ssh  shell  sysadmin  cluster  linux 
november 2010 by davewongillies
TMUX – The Terminal Multiplexer (Part 1) | Hawk Host Blog
TMUX – The Terminal Multiplexer (Part 1) | Hawk Host Blog (#tmux #screen #linux #terminal #shell) http://icio.us/idgbwh
– Delicious Hotlist (HotOnDelicious) http://twitter.com/HotOnDelicious/status/29263183380
terminal  screen  shell  via:packrati.us  linux 
october 2010 by davewongillies
Delicious.com - Discover Yourself!
TMUX – The Terminal Multiplexer (Part 1) | Hawk Host Blog ( )
tmux  linux  terminal  screen  shell 
october 2010 by davewongillies
Introduction to Named Pipes | Linux Journal
A very useful Linux feature is named pipes which enable different processes to communicate.
unix  linux  bash  shell  pipes 
may 2010 by davewongillies
UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits
Adopt 10 good habits that improve your UNIX® command line efficiency -- and break away from bad usage patterns in the process. This article takes you step-by-step through several good, but too often neglected, techniques for command-line operations. Learn about common errors and how to overcome them, so you can learn exactly why these UNIX habits are worth picking up.
tips  scripting  shell  bash  unix  linux 
february 2010 by davewongillies
rlwrap, Emacs midi-input and p5httpd
rlwrap is a 'readline wrapper' that uses the GNU readline library to allow the editing of keyboard input for any other command. Input history is remembered across invocations, separately for each command; history completion and search work as in bash and completion word lists can be specified on the command line.
unix  linux  shell  wrapper 
november 2009 by davewongillies
tmux
tmux is a terminal multiplexer: it enables a number of terminals (or windows), each running a separate program, to be created, accessed, and controlled from a single screen. tmux may be detached from a screen and continue running in the background, then later reattached.
screen  terminal  linux  shell 
november 2009 by davewongillies
Speaking UNIX: Peering into pipes
The pipe operator connects one UNIX® command to another to create ad hoc programs right on the command line. But a pipe is something of a black box, occluding the data flowing from one utility to the next. Pipe Viewer provides a peek into the pipeline. Here's how to use it in day-to-day tasks
linux  shell  pv  sysadmin  bash  tips 
november 2009 by davewongillies
Tip: Bash Shortcuts « Tux Training
Bash, which is the default shell in Linux contains a whole lot of key bindings which makes it really easy to use
bash  shortcuts  tips  shell 
october 2009 by davewongillies
bitlash online
Bitlash is an open source interpreted language shell for the Arduino serial port.
shell  arduino 
september 2009 by davewongillies
Terminator
Terminator is a cross-platform GPL terminal emulator with advanced features not yet found elsewhere. Terminator will run on any modern OS with Java 5 or later. It replaces xterm, rxvt, xwsh and friends on X11 systems, GNOME Terminal, KDE's Konsole, Apple's Terminal.app, and PuTTY on MS Windows.
java  terminal  shell 
september 2009 by davewongillies
ralsh(8) - Linux man page
Use the Puppet RAL to directly interact with the system.
puppet  automation  sysadmin  manpage  shell 
august 2009 by davewongillies
ShellSQL - SQL for shell scripts
ShellSQL is a suite of programs designed to enable LINUX/UNIX shell scripts to connect to SQL engines and execute SQL queries and commands in a simple way enabling intergration with the rest of the script.
bash  scripting  shell  sql 
july 2009 by davewongillies
sqsh - Sybase isql replacement. | Get sqsh - Sybase isql replacement. at SourceForge.net
Sqsh (pronounced skwish) is short for SQshelL (pronounced s-q-shell), a replacement for the venerable 'isql' program supplied by Sybase.
database  shell  sql 
july 2009 by davewongillies
[shell-fu:home]$
Shell-fu is a place for all those little command line goodies that you come across and then can never find again when you need them
tips  scripting  bash  shell  linux  unix 
june 2009 by davewongillies
Nomad.NET
a powerful file manager written using .NET technology.
windows  free  shell  filemanager 
june 2009 by davewongillies
Unixjunkie Blog: Old (but useful) Shell Tricks
diff <(ssh -n george cat /etc/passwd) <(ssh -n kramer cat /etc/passwd)
unix  bash  shell  ssh  tips  diff 
march 2009 by davewongillies
mintty - Google Code
MinTTY is a terminal emulator for Cygwin. It is based on code from PuTTY 0.60 by Simon Tatham and team.
shell  windows  ssh  terminal  putty 
march 2009 by davewongillies
Command-line Fu < The best UNIX commands on the web
Command-Line-Fu is the place to record those command-line gems that you return to again and again. Delete that bloated snippets file you've been using and share your personal repository with the world. That way others can gain from your CLI wisdom and you from theirs too.
unix  tips  linux  bash  shell 
february 2009 by davewongillies
Linux.com :: CLI Magic: socat
Socat, netcat's "twin brother," is a utility that "establishes two bidirectional byte streams and transfers data between them." It handles sockets in various ways, allowing a wide range of actions, including file transfers, port forwarding, and serial line emulation.
articles  linux  networking  shell  socat 
february 2009 by davewongillies
socat
socat is a relay for bidirectional data transfer between two independent data channels. Each of these data channels may be a file, pipe, device (serial line etc. or a pseudo terminal), a socket (UNIX, IP4, IP6 - raw, UDP, TCP), an SSL socket, proxy CONNECT connection, a file descriptor (stdin etc.), the GNU line editor (readline), a program, or a combination of two of these. These modes include generation of "listening" sockets, named pipes, and pseudo terminals.
linux  shell  netcat  socat 
february 2009 by davewongillies
ivarch.com: Pipe Viewer
pv - Pipe Viewer - is a terminal-based tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipeline. It can be inserted into any normal pipeline between two processes to give a visual indication of how quickly data is passing through, how long it has taken, how near to completion it is, and an estimate of how long it will be until completion.
linux  sysadmin  unix  shell  tools  coolshit 
february 2009 by davewongillies
Color man pages in Linux | Tips4Linux.com
If you had enough of the default look of your man pages, set less as your default man page reader and insert these lines in your ~/.bashrc file
linux  tips  shell  bash  color  manpage 
january 2009 by davewongillies
Shell::EnvImporter - search.cpan.org
Shell::EnvImporter - Perl extension for importing environment variable changes from external commands or shell scripts
scripting  perl  bash  shell 
september 2008 by davewongillies
rush
rush is a replacement for the unix shell (bash, zsh, etc) which uses pure Ruby syntax. Grep through files, find and kill processes, copy files - everything you do in the shell, now in Ruby.
sysadmin  shell  ruby  interesting 
september 2008 by davewongillies
Daily Vim: Determining Linux Version
Linux distributions don't tend to standardize where they store information about what release is installed. Going further, there's not even a standard way to detect what distribution is installed. If a system is running a popular distro, this information can usually be found in one of the following files
linux  shell 
september 2008 by davewongillies
goosh.org - the unofficial google shell.
This google-interface behaves similar to a unix-shell.
google  ajax  shell 
june 2008 by davewongillies
Bash Regular Expressions | Linux Journal
Since version 3 of bash (released in 2004) there is another option: bash's built-in regular expression comparison operator "=~".
shell  scripting  regex  tips  bash 
june 2008 by davewongillies
UNIX tips: Learn 10 good UNIX usage habits
Adopt 10 good habits that improve your UNIX® command line efficiency -- and break away from bad usage patterns in the process.
linux  shell  sysadmin  tutorial 
march 2008 by davewongillies
index - Terminal Emulator Poderosa
Poderosa is a tabbed terminal emulator for Windows.
windows  terminal  shell  ssh  tabs  opensource 
january 2008 by davewongillies
Mrxvt with Dtach
This document will instruct how to setup Mrxvt using Dtach to manage each tabbed session.
linux  shell  terminal  mrxvt  dtach  screen 
january 2008 by davewongillies
daveg :: weblog » Blog Archive » Rhythmbox from the command line
Getting information and controlling rhythmbox from the command line
linux  rhythmbox  shell 
december 2007 by davewongillies
VentureCake » Blog Archive » Use multiple tabs in Linux or OS X without losing your history
Bash, the default shell in Linux and OS X, loses history data after running multiple shells at the same time - for example, using multiple tabs in the terminal. The fix is simple, but not widely known.
bash  linux  shell  tips 
november 2007 by davewongillies
gcalcli - Google Code
gcalcli is a Python application that allows you to access you Google Calendar from a command line. It's easy to get your agenda, search for events, and quickly add new events. Additionally gcalcli can be used as a reminder service to execute any applicati
google  calendar  shell  terminal  python 
october 2007 by davewongillies
dotfiles.org
community for sharing dotfiles like .bashrc, .vimrc, and .bash_profile
linux  configuration  dotfiles  sharing  bash  screen  shell 
august 2007 by davewongillies
Use BackSpace Key to Erase characters instead of Delete Key - Tech-Recipes.com
Normally when you access Solaris in text mode , for erasing a character the Delete Key has to be used . To use the BackSpace key instead stty erase ^H
linux  solaris  aix  shell  tips 
may 2007 by davewongillies
SourceForge.net: Console
Console is a Windows console window enhancement. Console features include: multiple tabs, text editor-like text selection, different background types, alpha and color-key transparency, configurable font, different window styles
windows  utilities  shell  console  apps  useful 
april 2007 by davewongillies
BashFaq - Greg's Wiki
These are answers to frequently asked questions on channel #bash on the [WWW] freenode IRC network.
faq  linux  shell  scripting  bash  reference 
march 2007 by davewongillies
DashAsBinSh - Ubuntu Wiki
The default shell is currently bash, which is slow and very large as it is intended as a user login shell. While this is good for users, it is not the best shell for running shell scripts; there are far smaller and faster shells that provide POSIX complia
ubuntu  linux  bash  shell 
october 2006 by davewongillies
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