Command line Fu

Log devices on your network

Fing logger (finglogger.sh): #!/bin/sh   FING_LOG_FILE=/path/to/fing.log   # append current public ip echo `date +"%Y/%m/%d %T"`";publicip;"`curl -s ipecho.net/plain`";;;" >> $FING_LOG_FILE   # append current fing output /usr/bin/fing -r1 -o log,csv,$FING_LOG_FILE,1000 –silent#!/bin/sh FING_LOG_FILE=/path/to/fing.log # append current public ip echo `date +"%Y/%m/%d %T"`";publicip;"`curl -s ipecho.net/plain`";;;" >> $FING_LOG_FILE # append current fing output /usr/bin/fing -r1 -o log,csv,$FING_LOG_FILE,1000 –silent …

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Running Ubuntu on Mac with Vagrant

Vagrant is cool: Vagrant provides easy to configure, reproducible, and portable work environments built on top of industry-standard technology and controlled by a single consistent workflow to help maximize the productivity and flexibility of you and your team. Furthermore: Vagrant stands on the shoulders of giants. Machines are provisioned on top of VirtualBox, VMware, AWS, …

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Poor man’s wget

The command wget is useful, but unfortunately doesn’t come preinstalled with Mac. Yeah, you can install it of course, but if you’re doing it from source, the process has a few steps to satisfy all the dependencies; start by configure make’ing the wget source and work your was backwards until ./configure runs for your wget …

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Playing with GraphViz and MathGenealogy data

Math in Genealogy is a great project (donate online). Sven K√∂hler from Potsdam, Germany has written a python script for visualizing the database, which I’m going to try. First step is to clone the git repo: $ git clone git@github.com:tzwenn/MathGenealogy.git$ git clone git@github.com:tzwenn/MathGenealogy.git His instructions are quite simple: $ ./genealogy.py –search 38586 # 30 seconds …

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