5 modern alternatives to essential Linux command-line toolsI already use ag as an alternative to grep and di as an alternative to df, but fd was new to me.
It has some weird build dependencies like xsltproc, asciidoc & gettext to build docs & cargo (seems to be built in a mix of c++ & rust). Others include: libcurl4-openssl-dev, pkg-config, libkrb5-dev (needed for curl-config), libstfl-dev, libjson-c, libsqlite3-dev. Then the xmllint check run by a2x fails as it won’t download the DTD, so replace all …
Wondering *which* version of java is running as a daemon? ls -l /proc/PID/exe
I’m a long-term mutt/thunderbird user, but aerc is really fast: https://aerc-mail.org/
If you press ‘l’ you’ll see all the files the highlighted process has open (presuming you have permissions).
With spotcon.sh. You’ll have to configure Spotify in Home Assistant first – and I had to set my redirect URI to http://my.home.ip:port/api/spotify Once this is done you can configure keyboard shortcuts in your window manager to execute spotcon.sh.
This article gives some great benefits of systemd.
With my script check-crt-key.sh
tdiff looks very handy – more details & copr repository here