Modern versions of logwatch support journalctl logs, to enable this in Centos / RHEL 7 just install the FC27 RPM (dependencies are minimal) and configure like so.
Was jealous that monodraw is only available for mac but jave is cross-platform (java) and pretty good. Also a mention for the related tool ditaa which is also very cool.
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Say in procmail you want a rule that puts subjects like: “Sale Alert: Howies” (or anything other than Howies) in your inbox but not “Sale Alert: Banana Republic” You can do this with a negative lookahead assertion like so:
* ^Subject: (You have sale alerts|Sale Alert):? *(?!Banana)
Package from the COPR didn’t work for me due to outdated dependencies, so I’ve modified the SPEC file it’s based on. To create RPM: Download SPEC file (above) Follow “Preparing your system to create RPM packages” Download pipenv-11.1.3.tar.gz Run fedpkg –release f27 local Note: I’ve only created python 3 package.
Just download & install the version for Redhat / Centos 7 Disclaimer: works for me, might not for you
Not exhaustive: readline-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel libffi-devel bzip2-devel
lonlat: a quick script to lookup longitude & latitude for a town on the command line: https://github.com/jamespo/commandmisc/blob/master/scripts/lonlat Requires python 3. Run with lonlat -m usage for how to setup, then lonlat -h.
Find man pages too verbose and all you want are some examples? Try tldr – I installed the python client in a virtualenv Tip: you can get git subcommands docs by putting in the “proper” binary, eg tldr find git-checkout