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B.A-BA de la commande « screen » J’explique très succintement quelques commandes majeures de cet outil qui permet de « détacher des sessions shell du terminal où vous les avez lancées ». En clair : lorsque vous avez des outils en mode texte sur lesquels vous devez pouvoir revenir à distance et plus tard, vous lancez vos commandes dans un « screen » et lorsque vous fermez votre terminal (session putty distante, locale dans un xterm etc), la session reste stockée quelque part et vous pourrez la reprendre de manière interactive (clavier) plus tard. C’est pratique pour gérer de lourds transferts FTP en mode texte (genre lftp) et surtout – dans mon cas – pour gérer mes serveurs de jeux online B.A-BA de la commande « screen »
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gtmess - Console MSN client for Linux and other Unix systems gtmess - Console MSN client for Linux and other Unix systems fa Welcome to the homepage of the gtmess messenger client; a console MSN Messenger client for Linux and other unix systems (bsd, macos, solaris, irix, etc.) that conform to the POSIX standard. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
[shell] “reverse i-search” – gagner encore plus de temps qu’avec l’autocomplétion | David Dallet's weblog [shell] “reverse i-search” – gagner encore plus de temps qu’avec l’autocomplétion | David Dallet's weblog Pour les habitués du shell sous Linux, la touche [TAB] et l’auto-complétion sont probablement très connus. C’est en effet un bon moyen de gagner pas mal de temps lors de votre utilisation de la ligne de commande. Un autre bon tuyau pour gagner du temps est l’utilisation de l’historique des commandes.
Introduction Lftp est un client FTP permettant facilement en ligne de commande de faire des transferts de fichiers (par exemple pour mettre à jour votre site Internet modifié localement ou pour faire une sauvegarde sur votre ordinateur). Installation lftp lftp
Site informatique à propos de Linux et les logiciels libres Site informatique à propos de Linux et les logiciels libres Il y a actuellement 8 visiteurs connectés sur le site ! Netcat Introduction Netcat, developpe à l'origine pour Unix puis pour Windows plus tard par stake, est un programme bien connu en ligne de commande. Il permet de faire pas mal de choses avec des sockets, c'est-à dire connexions reseau pour simplifier.
Netcat – a couple of useful examples One of the Linux command line tools I had initially under-estimated is netcat or just nc. By default, netcat creates a TCP socket either in listening mode (server socket) or a socket that is used in order to connect to a server (client mode). Actually, netcat does not care whether the socket is meant to be a server or a client. All it does is to take the data from stdin and transfer it to the other end across the network. Netcat – a couple of useful examples
[Project] [Download] [Contact] [SVN] Netcat 1.10 =========== /\_/\ / 0 0 \ Netcat is a simple Unix utility which reads and writes data ====v==== across network connections, using TCP or UDP protocol. \ W / It is designed to be a reliable "back-end" tool that can | | _ be used directly or easily driven by other programs and / ___ \ / scripts. At the same time, it is a feature-rich network / / \ \ | debugging and exploration tool, since it can create almost (((-----)))-' any kind of connection you would need and has several / interesting built-in capabilities. Netcat, or "nc" as the ( ___ actual program is named, should have been supplied long ago \__.=|___E as another one of those cryptic but standard Unix tools. / In the simplest usage, "nc host port" creates a TCP connection to the given port on the given target host. Netcat: the TCP/IP swiss army Netcat: the TCP/IP swiss army
NetCat tutorial for Linux & Windows, HOWTO, nc | Adam Palmer, Linux, PHP Programmer, MySQL Developer, Website Security Consultant NetCat tutorial for Linux & Windows, HOWTO, nc | Adam Palmer, Linux, PHP Programmer, MySQL Developer, Website Security Consultant I wrote this article some time ago, but thought I’d publish it here for reference. This text is dual licenced under the GFDL and GPL There are two known versions of netcat.
OpenSSH is a FREE version of the SSH connectivity tools that technical users of the Internet rely on. Users of telnet, rlogin, and ftp may not realize that their password is transmitted across the Internet unencrypted, but it is. OpenSSH encrypts all traffic (including passwords) to effectively eliminate eavesdropping, connection hijacking, and other attacks. 25 Best SSH Commands / Tricks

25 Best SSH Commands / Tricks

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Freeshells - Jan Prunk W elcome to the MTV Europe shell project ! Providing FREE and sponsored shell accounts since 2005. Did you ever wanted a shell account to learn about GNU Linux or BSD , and you couldn't find one for FREE ?
Important and useful Linux and Unix commands : Arul John Here are some useful commands that you may find handy while installing or troubleshooting Linux. General Commands How to write a boot image from your hard disk to a floppy
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The Linux Cookbook: Tips and Techniques for Everyday Use - Editing Images When you take an image file -- such as one containing a digitized photograph or a picture drawn with a graphics program -- and you make changes to it, you are editing an image. This chapter contains recipes for editing and modifying images, including how to convert between image file formats. It also gives an overview of other image applications you might find useful, including the featuresome GIMP image editor. Transforming Images: Transforming images from the command line. Converting Images: Converting image formats. Gimp: The famous GIMP image processor.
lf211, Graphics: Faites de la magie en ligne de commande avec des images Faites de la magie en ligne de commande avec des images Résumé: Dans cet article nous nous intéressons à quelques formules que les sorciers d'ImageMagick peuvent utiliser, associées à une collection d'outils graphiques comme ingrédients de base et à la ligne de commande comme baguette magique. Faisons de la magie Jadis, les sorciers prenaient leurs ingrédients de base, les mélangeaient ensemble dans un grand chaudron, agitaient leur baguette magique, prononçaient quelques formules à voix basse... et tout à coup quelqu'un était changé en grenouille.
Rename multiple files November 5th, 2006 toydi Posted in Common, for, mv, Regular Expression | Hits: 180624 | 27 Comments » Often over time, we will want to reorganize a group of files by renaming them. To rename *.txt to *.bak (e.g. to rename ham.txt to ham.bak) for f in *.txt; do mv "$f" "${f%.txt}.bak"; done To remove ‘new-’ from new-*(e.g. to rename new-ham.txt to ham.txt) for f in new-*; do mv "$f" "${f#new-}"; done
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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...