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ShellHacks - Linux Hacks and Guides

  • What is Pip? pip is a tool for installing and managing Python packages. With pip command you can install, list, upgrade (update), downgrade and uninstall Python packages. In this post i am showing how to use pip from the command line by giving examples of the basic pip commands ...

Telnet - Send GET/HEAD HTTP Request - ShellHacks

  • Telnet is a tool for connecting to servers on a given port for troubleshooting connection issues. One of the most common tasks that you can do via telnet – is connect to some web server and verify its health by checking the response code in HTTP header.. Or you can get the content of a whole web page via telnet if you need to analyze it deeper.. Cool Tip: Familiar with `telnet` or `curl`?

Bash: String Length - How To Find Out - ShellHacks

  • How to check the length of a string in Bash or get the length of a variable if it stores some string. How to count the lengths of the lines in a file.

Git - Undo All Uncommitted Changes - ShellHacks

  • ShellHacks. Linux Hacks and Guides. Blog; Git – Undo All Uncommitted Changes. Posted on Tuesday December 27th, 2016 Tuesday April 4th, 2017 by admin. Lets say you have been working on a project that is tracked by Git and suddenly realized that you did something wrong.

Systemd: Service File Examples - ShellHacks

  • ShellHacks. Linux Hacks and Guides. Blog; Systemd: Service File Examples. Posted on Tuesday March 20th, 2018 Wednesday March 21st, 2018 by admin. Most Linux distributions use systemd as a system and service manager. The systemctl is the main command in systemd, used to control services.

Mod_wsgi - 'Hello World' Example - ShellHacks

  • The mod_wsgi serves for hosting Python based web applications under Apache.. This short article describes how to create a basic WSGI application and run it on Apache using mod_wsgi. Below you would find how to create a virtual host in Apache and publish a …

Git - Particular File Change History - ShellHacks

  • ShellHacks. Linux Hacks and Guides. Blog; Git – Particular File Change History. Posted on Tuesday December 27th, 2016 Friday October 20th, 2017 by admin. Let say you have a file that is tracked by Git and has a commit history. Some day you will want to look back to see what has happened with this file.

Git - The Basic Workflow - ShellHacks

  • ShellHacks. Linux Hacks and Guides. Blog; Git – The Basic Workflow. Posted on Tuesday December 27th, 2016 Tuesday April 4th, 2017 by admin. Git is a version control system (VCS) that allows to keep track of the changes made to a project over time.

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