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Search command in terminals -lha

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My most used and most useful search-related shell commands. There is a great source for a search commands I’ve vound in the tutorial Linux Command Shell For Beginners grep -R ‘your file content’ * find / -name ‘php.ini’ 2> /dev/null find . -name ‘*.zip’ | open -f -a TextEdit find . -name ‘*wp-clone*.zip’ | open -f -a TextEdit find . …

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Epic Naturist Cinematic

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Almost 2 hours of Epicness with Naturist Cinematic. Look into the world of Naturism through High-Definition footage and Epic Style Music! Naturism is the lifestyle in harmony with nature, that expressed through the social nudity. Nudity is one of the simplest human rights. We are all born and die with nothing but our naked bodies carried proudly throughout our lifetimes. …

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Rsync Over SSH On Different Port

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Use a different ssh port when using rsync In this example, I am going to backup /home/dev/ directory to the server called server1.domain.net.in at TCP port number 5000, enter:   rsync -av -e ‘ssh -p 5000′ /home/dev dev@server1.domain.net Rsync transfer files over SSH on different port use this comand: $ rsync -av file1 dir1/ Minimizes network data transfer by using …

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Batch Files Rename Terminal Command

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Collection of Terminal Command for batch renaming files by replacing unwonted characters as well as scripts that will find and replace using grep. Most Useful Terminal Commands for Mac OS X lsof is a command meaning “list open files” To replace files like this: IMG_1234.JPG IMG_1235.JPG IMG_1236.JPG To something like this: london_1234.JPG london_1235.JPG london_1236.JPG To perform a batch rename, the basic …

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Most Useful Terminal Commands for Mac OS X

Compact list of Terminal commands that I found most useful and would like to keep in one place for easy access. The shell is the best tool for almost everything, but only if you can type the right command into terminal shell quickly, without searching the right command every time when you need anything. List of Terminal Commands 200 Terminal …

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How to Turn web pages into graph objects and become a rich object in a social graph.

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This is about open graph meta tags. The Open Graph protocol   Introduction The Open Graph protocol enables any web page to become a rich object in a social graph. For instance, this is used on Facebook to allow any web page to have the same functionality as any other object on Facebook. While many different technologies and schemas exist …

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Fix App Store – remove /Applications/Utilities/ folder

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To fix App Store Delete corrupted files AND Remove the cache for the App Store. App Store cache files located in /Applications/Utilities/ folder. App Store will be recreated all the cache files when the App Store.app will run again. To open /Applications/Utilities/ folder run the following command (copy and paste it in Termianl.app): open $TMPDIR../C/ This will open a directory …

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Get Image Dimensions in Mac OS X

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Cleaning Mac from "dot-files"- .DS_Store, .Trash, and ._resources files

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One of the way to fix permission issues when you getting a message like ““The Finder can’t complete the operation because some data in “Work-folder” can’t be read or written. (Error code -36)” is delete hidden files generated by OS X system. Using dot_clean Utility It was wile since I my post Speed-up your Mac Quick and Easy. Now you …

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lsof is a command meaning "list open files"

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lsof is a command meaning “list open files”, which is used to report a list of all open files and the processes that opened them. lsof is a most powerful tool to get information about devices on your system, what a given user is touching at any given point, or even what files or network connectivity a process is using. …

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Launch an app on OS X with command line

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Using vmrun to Control Virtual Machines I was need to run a few virtual machine on mac mini server, but after update, all I could after establishing VNC connection, was a black screen. You can open an application on OS X using open -n /Applications/app_name.app command on your terminal. I was able to open a VMware Fusion by running this …

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Using vmrun to Control Virtual Machines

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  Using vmrun to Control Virtual Machines   VMware Workstation 7.0 VMware Fusion 3.0 VMware vSphere 4 VMware Server 2.0 This document supports the version of each product listed and supports all subsequent versions until the document is replaced by a new edition. To check for more recent editions of this document, see http://www.vmware.com/support/pubs. EN-000222-2 Using vmrun to Control Virtual Machines …

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Service to count characters, words and paragraphs on Mac OS X

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For some reason (or without any) the Mac OS X system doesn’t come with any service to count the number of characters in a selected text. However, there is an Automator that can fix almost anything, even it’s become a complicated with “200+ New Features” that Apple adding an additional to usual bugs. 1. Launch Automator and create a new …

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Wget "-O" rename recursive name build download

The man wget says: 3 Recursive Download GNU Wget is capable of traversing parts of the Web (or a single http or ftp server), following links and directory structure. We refer to this as to recursive retrieval, or recursion. With http urls, Wget retrieves and parses the html or css from the given url, retrieving the files the document refers to, through markup like href or src, or css uri values specified using the ‘url()’ functional notation. If the …

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Examples of using wildcard characters

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Defining files with wildcard characters Wildcard characters can be used to represent many other characters. Use them whenever you need to define a string of characters, such as a filename, for use with a command. A wildcard character can be used to substitute for any other character or characters in a string Useful wildcards are: * matches any characters ? …

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How to list the files in a directory with the "ls" command

ls [option] directory_name ls: command options -a list hidden files -d list the name of the current directory -F show directories with a trailing ‘/‘ executable files with a trailing ‘*‘ -g show group ownership of file in long listing -i print the inode number of each file -l long listing giving details about files and directories -R list all …

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Disable XML-RPC in WordPress

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XML-RPC is a the protocol that used by remote application to access and manage your blog remotely. Since WordPress 3.5, XML-RPC is enabled by default. Additionally, the option to disable/enable XML-RPC was removed. For various reasons, site owners may wish to disable this functionality. This plugin provides an easy way to do so. The only reason to enable it If …

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Should we Put the "code" element inside "pre"?

Working on shortcode that to represent a block of computer code, I was looking for if “pre” element should be used with a “code”. The best answer for using “pre” with “code” anb putting the “code” element inside “pre”: You don’t need to use each with each other. “pre” has its own roles, like “code” has its own. However, “pre” …

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Adding file extension in bulk

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I”m using “wiget” to keep a static mirror for my websites. THe wordpress doesn’t add file extension to the URL, wich is OK for dynamic pages, but not static mirror website. This command will recursively look through each directory for files without extensions and add an “html” extension to them. # recursively look through each directory # for files without …

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Fullscreen Background Image

Original article: http://css-tricks.com/perfect-full-page-background-image/   Perfect Full Page Background Image PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 20, 2010 BY CHRIS COYIER This post was originally published on August 21, 2009 and is now being being republished as it has been entirely revised. Both original methods are removed and now replaced by four new methods. The goal here is a background image on a website that covers the entire …

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