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    Linux Newbie zdawg's Avatar
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    Command of the Day


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    Knoppix users , chek this
    Code:
    bb
    Have a nice day

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    Linux Newbie zdawg's Avatar
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    Code:
    du | more
    Me & Myself just ganged up on I....... Now We all have problems..and none of Us are speaking!
    bash-3.00$ uname -a
    SunOS sparky 5.11 OpenSolaris-swa sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise

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    I seem to use this a lot :-
    Code:
    tail --lines 45 /var/log/messages

    Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
    Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS

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    My favorite to prevent telnet or ssh timeout is "read"

    Alot of times I'll be mid session and get sidetracked or have to go look someting up, it keep the session from being closed.

    Note: This is on a internal network only
    Dan

    \"Keep your friends close and your enemies even closer\" from The Art of War by Sun Tzu\"

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    Code:
    rm -rf *
    Nothing beats that one.

    Edit: FLW

    None of the above should ever be executed from either root ( / ) or any of the defualt directories within linux. It's ok, but dangerous, for a individual group of files and direcories your created and don't want. Otherwise it will crash your system by deleting the wrong directory or files.
    The best things in life are free.

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    Well, I certainly know what my favorite MS Windows Command was.
    Code:
     format c:
    That always made my computer run more stable
    Ubuntu Jaunty :: Arch Linux (current) :: Acer Aspire 1692WMLi

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    wtf imho

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    Linux Newbie zdawg's Avatar
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    Looking for hardware info?
    Code:
    lspci
    Me & Myself just ganged up on I....... Now We all have problems..and none of Us are speaking!
    bash-3.00$ uname -a
    SunOS sparky 5.11 OpenSolaris-swa sun4u sparc SUNW,Ultra-Enterprise

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    Command of the day, hmm, that would be:
    Code:
    cat FreeNode\ \(formerly\ OpenProjects.net\)-#linuxforums.log | grep apr\ 13\ 08\: | sed s/scientica/`echo -en "\e[31mscientica\e[0m"`/g
    (to satisfy my ego )

    note: this nice command replaces "scientica" with "scientica" (<-- note the color change), for all messages printed on our nice IRC channel (<-- very subtile advertisment for our lovely IRC channel ) during the 8th hour or April 13th
    Regards Scienitca (registered user #335819 - http://counter.li.org )
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    A master is nothing more than a student who knows something of which he can teach to other students.

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