This is a quite handy command, of course you have also curl and wget. But I kind of like lftp because there is so many diferent configurations that can be set, it seems it also work for torrents!
To be able to execute the many API command line tools you will need to setup and configure the authentication correctly.
This will help you to do just that.
It worked for me on Ubuntu 12.10
ffmpeg -i video.mkv -vcodec msmpeg4 -b 24576k -s hd720 -acodec libmp3lame -ab 128k -ac 2 video.avi
How to find and replace text using vi or vim
Both vi and vim text editor comes with substitute command for finding and replacing text.
The default webserver (Apache/IIS) does not have some fonts format ‘we’ added to the website
This result in the browser, specially firefox to take long time to load the page.
The problem is clearly much worst in Firefox, do it yourself a test open this on each browser
Screen is a linux tool to help manage connections.
“Screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes (typically interactive shells).”
Its able to reestablish lost sessions, and to have multiple connections.
Amazon WordPress / Lighttpd / Varnish for free
#1. Create an AWS Account
CES Centreon Enterprise Server
I tired the Standard 2.0 64bits (October 31st 2012)
Today I tested the CES server I was kind of disappointed to find out that
it does not have all Centreon cool tools pre-installed, I guess its also a funny
name “Enterprise Standard”, hum…
There is no “Enterprise Complete” .iso available on the website, maybe that one
would be the real thing. I was disappointed to see it does not even have
the latest Centreon (2.3.9)pre-installed. or latest CentOS 6.x .
It’s nice that it has a .iso where you can boot from, but the idea is not new
at all, check FAN – FullAutomatedNagios at http://felipeferreira.net/?p=224
> Manage/Query kernel and kernel modules at runtime
Key files, terms and utilities include:
/lib/modules/kernelversion/modules.dep – Kernel module interdependencies
/etc/modules.conf & /etc/conf.modules – modprobe configuration file (new and old)