evvsubst – substitute variables in text in shell

First you need to install gettext, which by the way might be already installed, however you can install with dnf…

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bash refer parameters from the current command

In bash you can use !# to refer to any parameter from the current command, example: mv ak amit.!#:1.txt ls…

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Checking the links to your site (from affiliates) using cron and bash script.

If you have some affiliate links and are concerned about their presence then you can setup cron to check the…

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