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#ArcShell offers modular automation development with #GNU #Bash
https://www.therobotreport.com/arcshell-modular-automation-development-bash/ #freesw but needs to #deletegithub
ArcShell offers modular automation development with Bash
 

bash announcements 4.0--5.0


The bash release announcements are not trivial to find. There is bash-announce, but it's not used for most announcements. They usually go to bug-bash, which doesn't have heavy traffic, but not a tiny amount of traffic either.

I'm not talking about what's in the NEWS file, I'm talking about the prose accompanying the copy of the changes to the NEWS file, which can tell you a bit about what was going on in bash world and the surrounding worlds at the time of the release.

Here are the announcements for the 4 and 5 series.

4.0 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2009-02/msg00164.html
4.1 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2010-01/msg00000.html
4.2 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2011-02/msg00134.html
4.3 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2014-02/msg00081.html
4.4 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2016-09/msg00018.html
5.0 https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-bash/2019-01/msg00063.html

#bash
#bash
 
New (yesterday) example of the power of #gnu #bash in #linux
 
The power of #gnu #bash
#gnu #bash
 
♲ Tonton Th (tth@framasphere.org):
Université d'hiver du Tetalab
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Le #Tetalab vous invite à participer à l'université de matin d'hiver, qui se déroulera du mercredi 27 février au dimanche 3 mars 2019 à Mix'Art Myrys , à #Toulouse. Plusieurs espaces chauffés seront aménagés afin d'accueillir des cours et des ateliers d'initiation autour de divers sujets proposés par divers intervenants.
Comme pour les précédentes sess
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z.lua - A Faster Way Of Changing Directories (cd Command That Learns As You Use It)


z.lua is a new tool that helps navigate your filesystem faster from the command line, tracking your most used directories based on "frecency".

While there are other similar tool out there, the developer claims z.lua is a lot faster. For example, z.lua is supposed to be 10 times faster than fasd and autojump, and 3 times faster than z.sh.

#linux #bash #zsh #fish #shell #cli
 
Software and HowTos: #Organizer , #Handbrake , Logical & in #Bash and #Python
 

Coding Intentionally in Bash Grains


Ryan Palo explores the concepts of 'intentional coding' and 'design intent' in this excellent walkthrough of the Grains exercise in Bash. Thinking of ways to solve a problem is easy- designing one…

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19173995
Posted by ihid (karma: 47)
Post stats: Points: 82 - Comments: 26 - 2019-02-15T19:35:43Z

\#HackerNews #bash #coding #grains #intentionally
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The Bash Fingertips: Making Your Own 'Information Centre' http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/120234 #gnu #bash #linux #football #weather
 
Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app that works directly with no rooting or setup required. A minimal base system is installed automatically - additional packages are available using the APT package manager.
https://termux.com/

#termux #android #apk #shell #linux #bash #floss #fdroid #fdroidGems
 



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#queen #bohemianrhapsody #meme

Found this on Facebook and decided to replicate it here. After downloading each of the images, I put them into a #DigitalOcean #Spaces (#S3) container, enabled the #CDN, and wrote a simple #bash #script to sort them by date (since I downloaded them in order) and generate the #markdown for this post. Hopefully it was worth it.
for i in $(ls -rt) ; do echo '![](https://koehn-bohemian-rhapsody.sfo2.cdn.digitaloceanspaces.com/'"$i)"; echo "" ; done
 
#zemlinPAC has managed to write a long article about #bash without mentioning #gnu even once https://www.linux.com/blog/learn/2019/1/understanding-angle-brackets-bash flimsy but ever so typical...
 
dal terminale di #bash su Ubuntu trovo il profilo predefinito di #Firefox
$ tac $HOME/.mozilla/firefox/profiles.ini | sed -n '/^Default=1$/,/^\[Profile[0-9]\]$'/p | grep Path= | awk -F"=" '{print $2}'
 
I do the same using #gnu #bash and proc http://shallowsky.com/blog/programming/cpu-hogs-in-python.html #python is very powerful and is gaining ground fast...
 
#zemlinPAC covers #gnu #bash ... a week late. At least they didn't pretend it was a "Linux" program
 
♲ Mark (m4rk@mass-trespass.uk):
@The Lazy Admin Club

A shell script to display the status of all your fail2ban jails at once (works fine for me on Ubuntu):
Show status of all fail2ban jails at once
#fail2ban #serveradmin #linux #bash
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- #ThisWeekInLinux - #Linux 5.0, #UBports, #Librem 5, #Bash 5.0, #Fedora, #Funtoo, #AMD, #SuperTuxKart



On this episode of This Week in Linux, Linus Torvalds announced that the Linux 5.0 Kernel is coming soon. We got some Linux Mobile news from UBports Ubuntu Touch and Purism Librem 5. Then in App News, Bash 5.0 is out and we'll check out some new interesting apps like a new Password Manager and subtitles syncing tool. In distro news, we'll look at some news from Clonezilla Live, Funtoo, and Fedora. Later in the show we'll check out some Security News for Metasploit and a new 2FA phishing tool. Then we'll finish out the show with some Linux Gaming news for Super Tux Kart and A Story About My Uncle. All that and much more!
https://www.invidio.us/watch?v=vt0hJaHm3M8
 
Linux 5.0, UBports, Librem 5, Bash 5.0, Fedora, Funtoo, AMD, SuperTuxKart | This Week in #Linux 50 - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl50

On this episode of This Week in Linux, Linus Torvalds announced that the Linux 5.0 Kernel is coming soon. We got some Linux #Mobile news from #UBports #Ubuntu Touch and #Purism Librem 5. Then in App News, #Bash 5.0 is out and we'll check out some new interesting apps like a new #Password Manager and subtitles syncing tool. In distro news, we'll look at some news from Clonezilla Live, #Funtoo, and #Fedora. Later in the show we'll check out some #Security #News for #Metasploit and a new 2FA #phishing tool. Then we'll finish out the show with some #LinuxGaming news for #SuperTuxKart and A Story About My Uncle. All that and much more!

Episode 50 | This Week in Linux

TuxDigital: Episode 50 | This Week in Linux – TuxDigital (Michael Tunnell)

 

sed


Vielleicht sind da ja ein paar nützliche Sachen dabei.
Nützliche, einzeilige Scripts für SED (Unix Stream Editor)
#sed #script #bash
 
#bash - we all use it. It's a #gnu program. #zemlinPAC and others call it "liiiiiiinox"
 
#bash - we all use it. It's a #gnu program. #zemlinPAC and other call it "liiiiiiinox"
 
#Boxes – Draws #ASCII Art Boxes and Shapes in Linux Terminal
https://www.tecmint.com/boxes-draws-ascii-art-boxes-in-linux-terminal/ #gnu terminal more likely... e.g. #bash
Boxes – Draws ASCII Art Boxes and Shapes in Linux Terminal
 
Bourne-Again Shell: Bash 5.0 bringt neue Funktionen
https://www.heise.de/ix/meldung/Bourne-Again-Shell-Bash-5-0-bringt-neue-Funktionen-4270163.html
#Shell #bash
 
GNU Shell: Bash 5.0 ist verfügbar - Golem.de
https://www.golem.de/news/gnu-shell-bash-5-0-ist-verfuegbar-1901-138583.html
#Bash #POSIX #Server #Applikationen #OpenSource #Softwareentwicklung
 
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The simple and quick way to ~~fuck your ISP,~~ enable obfuscation, bridges and local proxy (Fedora 29 + systemd)

Part 1. Obfuscation

In network security, obfuscation refers to methods used to obscure an attack payload from inspection by network protection systems.
If you want to search something as "obfs4proxy"...
# dnf search obfs4proxy
(...)

NOTHING! Because the right name for obfuscator (v.4) is obfs4.x86_64! (or obfs4)

But don't forget: the right name of this pluggable installed transport is obfs4proxy (man obfs4proxy, etc.)

Well... Just install:
# dnf install obfs4.x86_64
Now stop tor.service:
# systemctl stop tor
... And edit tor configuration:
# nano /etc/tor/torrc
You must add two strings:
# Use obfs4proxy to provide the obfs4 protocol.
ClientTransportPlugin
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The simple and quick way to ~~fuck your ISP,~~ enable obfuscation, bridges and local proxy (Fedora 29 + systemd)

Part 1. Obfuscation

In network security, obfuscation refers to methods used to obscure an attack payload from inspection by network protection systems.
If you want to search something as "obfs4proxy"...
# dnf search obfs4proxy
(...)

NOTHING! Because the right name for obfuscator (v.4) is obfs4.x86_64! (or obfs4)

But don't forget: the right name of this pluggable installed transport is obfs4proxy (man obfs4proxy, etc.)

Well... Just install:
# dnf install obfs4.x86_64
Now stop tor.service:
# systemctl stop tor
... And edit tor configuration:
# nano /etc/tor/torrc
You must add two strings:
# Use obfs4proxy to provide the obfs4 protocol.
ClientTransportPlugin
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The easiest way to install and configurate #dnscrypt-proxy (Fedora 29 + systemd)

  • PREAMBLE
Practically, documentation and manuals of dnscrypt-proxy is terrible. Really terrible and tangled! Thus, forget this:

~~https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/Installation-linux~~
~~https://github.com/jedisct1/dnscrypt-proxy/wiki/Installation-ArchLinux~~
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Noah: Bash on Ubuntu on macOS


Bash on Ubuntu on macOS. Contribute to linux-noah/noah development by creating an account on GitHub.
Article word count: 43

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18765184
Posted by prabirshrestha (karma: 59)
Post stats: Points: 141 - Comments: 41 - 2018-12-26T21:40:49Z

\#HackerNews #bash #macos #noah #ubuntu
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I just created a #BASH #script to convert a #Markdown file into PDF, EPUB, and ODT files using pandoc. It automatically adds metadata like title, author name, and date to the epub files.

https://github.com/NylaWoethief/MarkdownToEbookConverter/tree/master

#Programming #FreeSoftware #GPL #GNULinux
 
I've been trying to get into #coding. I still kind of suck at it, but Exercism is pretty awesome. So far I'm 22/91 exercises into the #haskell track. I also successfully completed a #helloworld program in #bash scripting, which I find to be real goddamn confusing at this point. Eventually I'd like to do some #python as well, but for the moment I think I'll just keep chugging along with Haskell.
If anyone wants to chat about it (or anything else really), I use the #xmpp on this account, so feel free to add me. It would be cool to have a #penpal to chat with.
#exercism #programming #penpals
 

Show HN: McFly, a smart Bash history search CLI in Rust with a neural network


Fly through your shell history. Great Scott! Contribute to cantino/mcfly development by creating an account on GitHub.
Article word count: 43

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18593015
Posted by tectonic (karma: 3532)
Post stats: Points: 110 - Comments: 32 - 2018-12-03T21:08:18Z

\#HackerNews #bash #cli #history #mcfly #network #neural #rust #search #show #smart #with
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diff_avg_supercomposites.sh example output


average of diff and average views of satellite photos of the Earth
This is one of thousands of images like it (each unique though) I’ve recently generated with an experimental process. The experiment is a success if I may say so.

This is the process to (potentially) get some way cool procedural images from satellite (or any!) images, accomplished with a new script at https://github.com/…/ma…/recipes/diff_avg_supercomposites.sh :

Phase I.
– collect several cool satellite images of civilization and/or... show more
 
Hi guys, this is the first time I asked for some technical issue here so let's what is going to happen.

Basically it should be something pretty easy but this is the typical situation where all my limits come out...

I am trying to create my own Retroarch box based on Debian minimal, it will be very essential, without running DE or WM. Said that I was able to log in console automatically, at the point I will launch my front-end based in whiptail that I will control with the gamepad but before I need to understand how to setup the menu.

Basically what I have is this:
#!/bin/sh
whiptail --backtitle "ROCK'N'PLAY" --fb --nocancel --ok-button "run" \
--title "Rock'n'Play Menu" \
--menu "Choose an option and Rock!" 18 60 6 \
1 RetroArch \
2 Restart \
3 Shutdown \
3>&1 1>&2 2>&3

Now I have to launch retroarch with 'startx retroarch', doing restart with '/bin/systemctl restart' or doing shutdown with '/sbin/poweroff' but I can't understand how to apply these commands. I found several examples but... show more
 
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