In this directory you will find useful information about
Oh, and in case you are wondering about how to pronounce it: here's Linus's own statement about the
- certain Linux tools as well as
- bash script examples and
- config files.
The versions linked here are always the latest version as grabbed off of my running system.
If you find one broken, try again in a few minutes, or
Most Scripts here written by me are made public under the GNU GPL
|/usr/local/bin/dumpalltty||Needs setterm |
|/usr/local/bin/fetch-news||Needs leafnode |
|/usr/local/bin/getip||Needs ifconfig |
|/usr/local/bin/hangup||Needs isdnctrl(i4l) |
|/usr/local/bin/single||Needs isdnctrl(i4l) |
|/usr/local/bin/squid_cache_reset||Needs squid |
And here now some nifty script to use, if you want to run stuff on your TTYs instead PTY
The other day I ran into the problem of having to control my Linux router directly, instead of
by ssh. I did have an additional Keyboard, but no secondary monitor, and I was too lazy to plug
the monitor off one PC and on to my router, and back and forth again...
so I wrote the following loop:
while usleep 10000; do readconsole; done
usleep is a little c program that waits for $1 microseconds, readconsole can be found above
don't confuse the 2 keyboards and have fun :)
(at that setting you need approx 100 kbyte/sec link, if you use sleep 1 instead of usleep it's kinda laggy
but a 1 kbyte/sec link will do for a 80x50 console)
The nifty thing about this is, that readconsole (w/o parameter) follows the active TTY around,
as if it were your monitor. Only downside is that you cannot see your cursor, so editing might
not be as much fun as on a local console...
Linux is like a comfy Wig-Wam:
No Gates, no Windows, and apache inside.
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