wget -v -O myfile.tgz -L https://xxxx.box.com/shared/static/xxxxx.tgz
NetApp Commandline Cheatsheet
This is a quick and dirty NetApp commandline cheatsheet on most of the common commands used, this is not extensive so check out the man pages and NetApp documentation. I will be updating this document as I become more familar with the NetApp application.
This is a little bash script that rotate logs as when the file reach a specified limit.
I had implemented my raspberry pi to use wireless network, unfortunately the connection might after a while disconnect, the only option that I have found was to run a script that check the connection and re-connect if network is down.
I have written a little script which generate number for your next lotto ticket.
Schedule it in the crontab to get your number each day you do need it.
I am including the command line that would allow to stop the Mail station (Roundcube) component and Mail Server (Postfix)
- /usr/syno/bin/synopkg stop \M\a\i\l\S\t\a\t\i\o\n;
- /usr/syno/bin/synopkg stop \M\a\i\l\S\e\r\v\e\r;
For starting, replace stop with start.
Run Hydra in bash upon a password list;
ncat for the potential port for each protocol, some additional port / protocol could be added of course.
You will require to set couple of file, one would be login (one user per line) + password (still one by line)
I have been restoring several files under specific user into ownCloud solution; I have found in some forum that we could refresh the files records upon the filesystem.
The table name is : oc_filecache
If you delete manually all the content of this table (something like : Delete * from oc_filecache); Logout and login back; All the content would be refreshed.
I came accros the need to install a product from symantec; Symantec Protection Engine however this task and platform dedicated was/is Linux.
As today, x64 platform would the most common platform; I have started to installed Centos (as Redhat alternative).
As once the centos server has been installed. (Server minimum).
the following components are needed:
- Apache httpd server
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