i3 – show mapped hotkeys

2019/12/02

Here is a simple script that can show you the hotkeys bound in ~/.config/i3/config :  #!/bin/bash - #=============================================================================== # # FILE: …

rofi menu with icons

2019/10/21

Here is a quick command to show menu (applications) in simplistic windows managers with icons.  

scan your network with bash IP scan script

2019/10/10

Here is the youtbe video that will walk you through bash script.  

ssh trick – with bastion host

2019/09/30

Lot of times, you have to ssh to a server with bastion host. If you dont know what is bastion host then see this:  Now, in such cases, either you add an entry in “~/.ssh/config

check hard disk rpm or rotation speed

2019/09/23

Lot of times you want to check the disk rpm, especially on the servers to check if it is 7.2K or 10K or 15K rpm disk. How do you do this from linux terminal. Here it is :  sginfo -g …

ssh trick – ssh to remote host with bastion host

2019/09/16

Lot of times, you have to ssh to a server with bastion host. If you dont know what is bastion host then see this:  Now, in such cases, either you add an entry in “~/.ssh/config” to route the ssh …

terminal.sexy for URxvt

2019/08/19

Sometime back I posted about terminal.sexy – make your teminal sexy. I personally use URxvt terminal and hence need the xrdb files to apply the theme. It’s pain to go to the website everytime I want …

Color schemes for your terminal

2019/08/12

Color Scheme for Gnome Terminal and Pantheon Terminal – here is the github page https://github.com/Mayccoll/Gogh/

View xml files like a pro

2019/08/05

Viewing XML files can be daunting with tracking mentally where the tag starts and where it ends. So, I ended up with the following alias to help me view xml files

terminal.sexy – make your teminal sexy

2019/07/22

terminal.sexy is a nice webpage that allows you to select the colors for your terminal and then you can export it in various formats. Main site : http://terminal.sexy and for the source code: Github …

Check your session type – wayland or X11

2019/07/15

With both wayland and X11 in mainstream, its pretty easy to forget if you are running in Wayland or in X11. To check this here are the commands:

Add files to dropbox with single curl command

2019/07/08

I have been thinking of posting this for sometime now. This is very useful, when you are working on a different Linux box and want to upload a file to dropbox.  So, before you run this command, you …


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