This Nautilus script is used to add multimedia files to the Totem playing list. What files are considered as multimedia is user-defined.
This Nautilus BASH script uses clamav to scan the selected files for viruses. It also uses Zenity to display a progress bar and an information dialog with the scan results. It works with multiple files and directories.
I am aware that there are numerous guides about file permissions in linux out there. This post is not intended to be another tutorial. I just wanted to emphasize the use of uppercase X when modifying regular file or directory permissions. This info seems to be missing from most of those guides.
It is sometimes needed that you monitor the progress of data through a pipe. After searching around the net, I finally discovered a little terminal-based utility that does exactly that! It’s called Pipe Viewer or just PV. Here is some quick info on how to use this tool.
This is a short article about the most common practices in user and group management from the command line. The information is specific to Fedora Core and Red Hat based distros, but would do for any distribution probably with slight differences in the command options.
Meld is a visual diff tool. I’d say it’s one of the most useful applications I have ever used. You can compare two or three text files or directories at the same time or work with CVS and SVN directories and files. It displays the differences in a very handy and visually attractive way. Supports…
Can a network card have multiple IPs assigned to it? The answer is absolutely yes! Some times, for example when you run several servers on a machine or when you need IP-based Apache virtualhosts, it is useful to bind a server or a virtualhost on its own IP address. I am not going to get…