Setting session name in screen

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It’s always annoying trying to remember what pid maps to a screen session, but it’s possible to actually name the session. When starting a screen session, you can start it with arguments: Or within a current screen session, you can do: Now when you do a screen -ls, your sessions show up with meaningful names:… Read more »

Keep you deamons run all day

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Monit is a Linux Daemon designed to monitor systems internally, can email you when they occur, and provides a nice web interface on port 2812. Additionally, it checks on an interval (every 2 minutes by default) that helps keep your server awake.

[OSX] Strip Styling & Formatting with a Special Paste Command

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Believe it or not, there’s a modifier command to change how paste works so that it removes all font styles and formatting in the pasting process, regardless of what is stored in the clipboard. It’s just a variation of the normal copy & paste trick: Copy the text as usual with Command+C Paste the copied… Read more »

web2py Web Framework

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Free open source full-stack framework for rapid development of fast, scalable, secure and portable database-driven web-based applications. Written and programmable in Python.

Color Up Arbitrary Command Ouput

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colout is a simple command to add colors to a text stream in your terminal. The colout command line interface has been carefully designed to be simple. Basically, you will call it like: | colout [color [style]] colout has the ability to use 8 colors mode, 256 colors mode, colormaps, themes and source code syntax… Read more »