Pre-installed Commandline Tools on Ubuntu 🔗 xsel comes preintalled in Ubuntu Linux. Actually XSEL is pre-installed with XServer if you are using it. You can copy with xsel like this. echo "text to be copied" | xsel -ib Or copy by directing the output of text files like that. xsel -ib < ~/.bashrc You can paste the copied text into the standard output by this command. xsel -ob Or just use the command without any arguments.
Mac OS Native Commandline Tools 🔗 Mac OS comes with pbcopy to copy text, and pbpaste to paste the previously copied text. You can copy with pbcopy like this. pbcopy < id_bus_ssh_pass.txt or piping the standard output (stdout) into standard input (stdin) of pbcopy. cat id_bus_ssh_pass.txt | pbcopy You can use pbpaste to print out the previously copied text. pbpaste spits out the text into the standard output (stdout). So, you can use it in scripts like this.
I ssh into my server via this command. sudo ssh -i /Users/mbp/.ssh/authorized_keys/id_bus email@example.com When I click enter, I should write the sudo password. Then I write the password of the SSH key (id_bus). Make sure you use the main domain name of your shared hosting or dedicated VPS. So, I use SCP to download a text file from my server using SSH key identity by this command. sudo scp -i /Users/mbp/.
I share with you all software I use as a software developer. Here is the list of all programs, apps, .. all software products and services. Web Browser 🔗 I use Google Chrome, Google Chrome Dev, Mozilla Firefox, Firefox Developer Edition, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge and Brave. As a full stack web developer I need to use them all for testing websites. But I mainly use Chrome and Firefox for my daily tasks, follow up and surfing the internet.
Vim is an efficient text editor used in terminal (CLI). Vim is mostly used by programmers. There is a new VIM fork called NeoVIM or nvim. It is great and modern with better capabilities. All things in this cheatsheet works on vim and nvim. Exiting Vim 🔗 :q : close file (if it is the only file in vim, vim will be exited too). (a.k.a quit vim) :qa: close all files.
rename all files inside a specific directory/folder 🔗 First of all, change directory (cd) into the directory where the files exist. cd /path/to/your/directory/ Use this command to rename all images (ending with .png) to a number sequence. set i 1 for file in * mv $file (printf "%02d.png" $i) set i (math $i + 1) end The command explained 🔗 set i 1 creates a variable called i and set its value to 1.
I faced this issue in my custom Hugo theme. I use kmt theme on this website you are reading on. It is bilingual. You find blog posts in English and their translations in Arabic. But when I click on a tag in the Arabic part of the website, it is 404 NOT FOUND ! what?! The problem is that the tag link is /tags/the-tag-itself but to work it needs to be /ar/tags/the-tag-itself.
How to remove directories in Terminal 🔗 To remove all directories inside a specific directory, you can use the rm command with the -r (recursive) option. This option ensures that the command removes directories and their contents recursively. Here is the command you can use: rm -r /path/to/your/directory/*/ This command will remove all directories and their contents inside /path/to/your/directory/. Make sure that you include a / at the end to tell that you want to delete directories not files.
Today, I checked my WordPress website inside my shared hosting > CPanel > WP toolkit. I ran into this screen. It says Fix vulnerability in security. I clicked on it. A security scanning process stated. After the scan completed, It stated that my current WordPress core release is vulnerable. It is affected by unauthorized blind server-side request forgery vulnerability. I clicked on mitigate to reduce the risk of the vulnerability if it is exploited.
Sometimes, we need to increase timeout limit urgently to be able to load busy websites. So, In Firefox, navigate to the config page via this link about:config, then search for network.http.connection-timeout and set it as you like. That’s it. You are done. If you prefer watching video, here you go. I hope this post helps you. If you know a person who can benefit from this information, send them a link of this post.