I found something pretty useful, just a quick #MySQL / #MariaDB code snippet to show the size of each table of the currently selected database. You have to start ‘mysql’ from CLI, in any terminal emulator of you choice, by adding the database name it should select when started, so lets say the database you’re […]
How to add a swap drive to your system, in this case I did this for a virtual machine (qemu) running Arch Linux. See at the bottom for information about the virtual drive for qemu. List current available to system disks: List all disks: Format as swap: gives back the UUID Now the new swap […]
… is an easy to use and powerful tool, it can be used to replace part of file name (string1) with some other string. Something one can also do with some “sed” hack, but this tool is much easier to use, especially for beginners. You can get all information needed from “rename –help” (here from […]
This will be a short post about the above mentioned parts, lets start right away. SSH config Every user can have a SSH client configuration file, it is located in ~/.ssh/config (where config ist the filename). My SSH config file, I guess as many other users file, grew over time. Lets start with some things […]
VM runterfahren Image der VM vergrössern: Je nach Setup ist sudo nicht nötig, durch den Befehl wird die Diskimagedatei um 15 GB vergrößert. VM starten Weiter geht es in der VM auf der Konsole. Partitioen mit parted anzeigen lassen: Ausgabe so oder ähnlich:Model: Virtio Block Device (virtblk)Disk /dev/vda: 53,7GBSector size (logical/physical): 512B/512BPartition Table: msdosDisk Flags: […]
Did you know explainshell.com yet? Try it, for example with that command from last time sudo lsof -i -P -n | grep LISTEN this is an amazing web site I use often so see what commands do that I find somewhere. Try it.
It drives me nuts that I cannot copy something from a ssh terminal when I use vim. I have no clue what this visual mode is meant to do besides anoying my. My solution: no more visual mode -> marking and copying text from vim by using the mouse works again.
A short one: Command This will output all the ports the system is listing on. You might have to prepend “sudo”. So then the command will be: The list is long without the “grep”, it will filter the output and only show the lines which contain “LISTEN”. Edit:Oliver from Hubzilla (part of the Fediverse) pointed […]
This is kind of my cheat sheet, nothing fancy, just what I need. Command: rsync – Befehl -c, –checksum -h, –human-readable -a, –archive -v, –verbose -z, –compress -P – equivalent to –partial –progress –stats – This tells rsync to print a verbose set of statistics on the file transfer ‘host:~/RemotePath’ – is the source path […]
I decided to write my notes about Linux, technology, programming, scripts, tor and other things into a blog. I do not think these are best solutions, neither to I think this are good solutions, but I hope to help some people and after all I hope to get feedback and lern something from those reading […]