Month: September 2013

CoVim

From fredkschott.com Today we’re announcing CoVim, a plugin that adds multi-user, real-time collaboration to your favorite (or least favorite) text editor. CoVim allows you to remotely code, write, edit, and collaborate, all within your custom Vim configuration. Originally started as a senior capstone project for Tufts University, we’re now open-sourcing it to give the world…


Resetting the WordPress Password

Sometimes a customer will forget their WordPress password. You can easily change any WordPress password with just a few simple steps. This can be done easily through PHPMyAdmin or if PHPMyAdmin is not available, via the command line. With PHPMyAdmin: Find the database that the wordpress install is using. This will be listed in the…


Simple cPanel Migration

Hi, Just a quick tutorial on migrating a cpanel account from one server to another. Summary: ssh into the remote server and run /scripts/pkgacct username and then logout. Login to your local server and run scp -r root@remoteIP:/home/cpmove-username.tar.gz /home that will bring the file over to your local /home directory. Now login to WHM and…


Measure response time through curl

Here is a little script which show you how you can pull the response time of a website. This idea was pulled from an IBM articles and a script was written to do this. Here is the script: touch curlcheck vim curlcheck and insert the following: #!/bin/bash CURL=”/usr/bin/curl” GAWK=”/usr/bin/gawk” echo -n “Please pass the url…


jor1k Javascript Emulator Running Linux

jor1k is a handy little OpenRISC 1000 emulator written in JavaScript running Linux. It runs in almost any modern web browser. Have a try and see if it runs in your browser by opening the demo. More information can be found on the Wiki pages.


explainshell.com

http://explainshell.com/ is a nifty little website created by Idan Kamara that takes difficult Linux command line man pages and one liners and makes them much easier to understand by breaking down a command into it’s respective parts. This site contains 29761 parsed manpages from sections 1 and 8 found in Ubuntu’s manpage repository. A lot…


bashrc Generator

bashrcgenerator.com generates your .bashrc PS1 prompt easily with a drag and drop interface. Just a quick one…


Cheat

Cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line. It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember. *Depends only on python….