Different ways to run a webserver using the current directory as root. Useful to serve static files.
If you want to pass command line arguments to `npm` scripts, use the `–` separator.
Use [scrcpy](https://github.com/Genymobile/scrcpy)(screen copy) to mirror an Android device – and see/use it from your linux system.
Install Docker on Ubuntu and Configure it to use a non-default directory.
If you want someone on the internet to access a service/port on your local system(and you have access to a remote server), you can use SSH Tunnel to do this.
Renames all the files in the current folder based on the Exif date of that image. You’ll need the ‘jhead’ command tool – use apt-get to install it.
Gets data from a MySql database, splits the data into separate columns, then uses one column in a URL to download something – and uses other column to name the file thats downloaded
Get the intro paragraph of any wikipedia article using this trick… dig +short txt “<keyword>”.wp.dg.cx
Encrypt/Decript files in linux #Encypt… gpg -c <Source File> #Decrypt… gpg <Encrypted File>