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Lifehacker Code: Todo.txt CLI Manages Your Tasks from the Command Line

as an indication of where I'm headed with my own project
Command-line Fu < The best UNIX commands on the web
Huge searchable archive of unix commands for the command line. This is on the distant to do list.
More Linux tips every geek should know | TuxRadar
If you've already read and memorised our "Linux tips every geek should know" and "20 all-new tips for KDE 4.2" features, we've picked out 50 more Linux desktop tips for you to enjoy.
Ubuntu brings advanced Screen features to the masses - Ars Technica
Transparent generering av konfigurationsfiler är rätt metod att överbygga svårigheter, inte att skriva dum-GUI:n som abstraherar bort allt under dem! Trappor, inte teleportrar!
Great intro to screen for those who have never really mastered its use.
Code Project: Build an Ncurses UI with Python | TuxRadar
Picture the scene: you're logged into a remote server via SSH, or you've installed a new graphics card and you're left staring at the command line. You need to enter a command, but you can't remember the zillion options that go along with it. You're stuck - all you can do is consult the manual pages and pore through pages of waffl
Command line made easy: five simple recipes for grep - Ars Technica
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micha's resty at master - GitHub
rest from the command line (bash+curl)
Very, very cool. Fire up a local REST host pointing to any service, and then GET /blogs.json etc from the command line.
Little command line REST interface that you can use in pipelines. [Sublime :-) ]
resty is a RESTful HTTP friendly wrapper around curl
blog dds: 2009.03.04 - Parallelizing Jobs with xargs
With multi-core processors sitting idle most of the time and workloads always increasing, it's important to have easy ways to make the CPUs earn their money's worth. My colleague Georgios Gousios told me today how the Unix xargs command can help in this regard. The GNU xargs command that comes with Linux and the one distributed with FreeBSD support a -P option through which one can specify the number of jobs to run in parallel. Using this flag (perhaps in conjunction with -n to limit the number of arguments passed to the executing program), makes it easy to fire commands in parallel in a controlled fashion.
The xargs -P flag can also be useful for parellelizing commands that depend on a large number of high-latency systems. Only a week ago I spent hours to write a script that would resolve IP addresses into host names in parallel. (Yes, I know the that comes with the Apache web server distribution, and the speedup it provides leaves a lot to be desired.) Had I known the -P xargs option, I would have finished my task in minutes.
Multicore-Systeme mit xargs sauber auslasten.
emson… » 18 Useful bash scripts for web developers
a few scripts, that I find really useful for speeding up my web development time. I’ve been building up this list as I needed to use them - so they maybe a little raw.
Using bash scripts to become a more efficient web developer
Here are a few scripts, that I find really useful for speeding up my web development time. I’ve been building up this list as I needed to use them - so they maybe a little raw. For example often clients send me images with filenames that don’t match my naming standard, so running the appropriate script really helps keep me focussed on the job in hand and not waste too much time reformatting filenames etc.
Tagaholic - Demystifying Irb's Commands
Irb is one of the most commonly used standard ruby libraries, yet most don’t seem to know much about it. I’ve lost count of the number of blog posts that explain some irb “tricks” or “secret” config options. This is the first in a series that aims to make irb less magical and more accessible.
Home - mozrepl - GitHub
Doesn't look like you can automate it, though that would be awesome
another firefox repl plugin
A firefox java script REPL (uses telenet).
4 Websites to Learn Cool Linux Command Line Tricks |
Currently Browsing: [from]
txtGTD - text-based 'Getting Things Done' system
The idea behind the txtGTD script is to facilitate and simplify editing project list in David Allen's time management method - Getting Thing Done (GTD). I assume that you already know 'what it's all about' in GTD, especially what is 'project' and 'context' ( the context of GTD). :)
8 Useful and Interesting Bash Prompts – Make Tech Easier
1. Show Happy face upon successful execution
JavaScript shell scripting /
JavaScript shell scripting /
BashPitfalls - Greg's Wiki
Customizing the Terminal: The Prompt | LinDesk
Customizing the Terminal: The Prompt
Most Linux ‘gurus’ spend a lot of time working in the terminal. If you belong to that group, this post is for you. This is a tutorial to configure the terminal prompt to the best possible value for your use. Note: This tutorial is for bash users – these instructions will not work in other shells.You must have seen the prompt if you have use the terminal – it is the first few characters in each line. Usually, it will be…Editing the prompt is very simple – you just have to edit a shell variable. To see the current prompt’s value, open a shell and type the command…
good prompt ideas
SynJunkie: Command-Line Kung Fu
net stop
Command line tricks for smart geeks | TuxRadar Linux simon/woof.html
argparse - Google Code
The argparse module provides an easy, declarative interface for creating command line tools, which knows how to: * parse the arguments and flags from sys.argv * convert arg strings into objects for your program * format and print informative help messages * and much more... The argparse module improves on the standard library optparse module in a number of ways including: * handling positional arguments * supporting sub-commands * allowing alternative option prefixes like + and / * handling zero-or-more and one-or-more style arguments * producing more informative usage messages * providing a much simpler interface for custom types and actions
Enhanced command line parsing in Python.
Can You Top This? 15 Practical Linux Top Command Examples
teractive top c
I’ve lately been trying to compile Arduino projects from command line. Primarily because the Arduino IDE wasn’t working out of the box on 64-bit Ubuntu (9.04). That problem was eventually solved, but I’ve been meaning to move away from that IDE anyway. If you happen to be replacing the Arduino IDE with Vim, I just uploaded an Arduino syntax file.
Includes python script to use the DTR autoreset feature.
INX Is Not X : A command line and console Linux "Live CD" based on a minimal Ubuntu, without the X window system graphical interface. INX has some surprising capabilities...
Apprendre la console bash
Linux à vocation pédagogique, uniquement en ligne de commande.
My Extravagant Zsh Prompt / Steve Losh
I gotta try zsh. Via /drewr
10 Tools To Add Some Spice To Your UNIX Shell Scripts
Powerhouse Programs of Linux
Not only is dd a court recognized bit for bit hard drive forensic imaging utility, it is also a great tool for making your own backups. Dd has proven itself time and time again. You can use it to copy CDs and other media. You can also use it to move data to another hard drive or cat out strings stored in RAM. Common Uses
Linux comes packed with some pretty powerful tools. Here is a list of what I consider to be the powerhouse programs of Linux and some common usage for each.
"Here is a list of what I consider to be the powerhouse programs of Linux."
Viewing sfbashrc
Some awesome aliases to add to bashrc
googlecl - Project Hosting on Google Code
Command line tools for the Google Data APIs
GoogleCL brings Google services to the command line.
"GoogleCL brings Google services to the command line."
command line interface to google services
googlecl brings Google services to the command line "google calendar today # List events for today only"
command line tool for manipulating calendar, contacts, etc. was just arguing w/ a coworker over not wanting to use google calender for my textual, scripty, unixy personal process for managing calendar commitments. this could be the bridge
Introducing the Google Command Line Tool - Google Open Source Blog
Introducing the Google Command Line Tool - Google Open Source Blog
Ever wanted to upload a folder full of photos to Picasa from a command prompt? We did, a lot, last summer. It made us want to say: $ google picasa create --title "My album" ~/Photos/vacation/*.jpg So we wrote a program to do that, and a whole lot more. GoogleCL is a command-line utility that provides access to various Google services. It streamlines tasks such as posting to a Blogger blog, adding events to Calendar, or editing documents on Google Docs.
Five Really Handy Google Command Line Tricks
Lifehacker shows some uses for Google's command line interface.
With the right commands, you can turn your favorite command-line text editor into a distraction-free Google Docs app, add new events to Google Calendar, upload images to Picasa or video to YouTube, backup your Google data, and more. Here's how it works. On Friday, Google released GoogleCL, a saucy command line program that interacts with Google services from any *nix-friendly command-line prompt (on Windows, Mac, or Linux). We spent the weekend playing around with it, and now we're sharing a few of the coolest ways we've been putting it to use. What You'll Need Before you can execute any of the cool commands below, you'll need to have installed a few things to get GoogleCL up and running on your system. * Windows users, you'll want to install Cygwin. (If you're not familiar with Cygwin and how it works, check out Gina's introduction to Cygwin.) If you'd really prefer to stick with Windows' Command Prompt, you can set up GoogleCL with these instructions instead. * python-vers
cloudhead's http-console at master - GitHub
"Speak HTTP like a local"—a simple, intuitive HTTP REPL
interact with a website via a console http verbs
""Speak HTTP like a local"—a simple, intuitive HTTP REPL". Hint: you don't need to install npm to use this, just git clone the repo and run bin/http-console directly
http-console is a simple and intuitive interface for speaking the HTTP protocol.
"HTTP-console est un outil en ligne de commande qui vous permet de faire des requêtes HTTP et d'examiner la réponse. C'est donc une sorte de Curl, mais son mode interactif en fait un outil très pratique si vous avez à débugger une API Rest. Pour ceux qui préfèrent les interfaces web à la ligne de commande, vous pouvez regarder ("
Terminal Tips and Tricks For Mac OS X - Super User
Cool collection of tricks, even I found new ones
ExampleScripts - googlecl - Example commands and tasks GoogleCL can do. - Project Hosting on Google Code
This will be useful once they get GReader
Command line tools for the Google Data APIs
Google CL is a Python (Python) application that makes Google Data API calls through the command line.
Five Really Handy Google Command Line Tricks
With the right commands, you can turn your favorite command-line text editor into a distraction-free Google Docs app, add new events to Google Calendar, upload images to Picasa or video to YouTube, backup your Google data, and more. Here's how it works.