dwb – keyboard driven browser

First off, install using the command

sudo yum install dwb

Now for the description:

dwb is small webkit-based web-browser in the spirit of tiling window managers,that aims to be mostly keyboard-driven.

I liked the fact that it does well what it tries to do and pretty good at being fast.

 

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browsing the windows machines and their shares – listing

 

smbtree is a very nice command to check all the machines that are present in the LAN (your connected network). For this to work you may need to look at this article also.

 

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smbtree -U <strong>username

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function for copy files with progress bar (using pv – pipe viewer)

function for copy files with progress bar (using pv – pipe viewer)

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 cp_p() { if [ `echo "$2" | grep ".*/$"` ]; then pv "$1" &gt; "$2""$1"; else pv "$1" &gt; "$2"/"$1"; fi; }

dont have to type new file name (it copy file under same name) and dont have to use ‘/’ in the end of destination folder (but you can if u want, its idiot proof)

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