Share files from command line with transfer.sh: a simple cheatsheet

Transfer.sh is a website that helps users to share files from the command-line an efficient way. It won’t required any additional software to work except cURL. If your linux distribution doesn’t have cUrl (unlikely!), you can install it with sudo apt install curl The service is free and allows users to upload files up to…

Windows Command Line cheatsheet (part 1): some useful tips

Yes, also Windows can be used by command line… Today I propose a brief list of useful Windows CLI commands for daily use Windows Registry Adding Keys and Values C:>reg add [\TargetIPaddr][RegDomain][Key] Add a key to the registry on machine [TargetIPaddr] within the registry domain [RegDomain] to location [Key]. If no remote machine is specified, the current…

Boost your console productivity on tmux

With “ Oh My Tmux!”, a self-contained, pretty and versatile tmux configuration file tmux is a tool that can be used to multiplex several virtual consoles, allowing a user to access multiple separate terminal sessions inside a single terminal window or remote terminal session. It lets you switch easily between several programs in one terminal,…

How to upgrade from Debian 8 “Jessie” to Debian 9 “Stretch”

Simple, with 5 commands! Finally, Debian 9 “Stretch” was released in the “stable” branch! A lot of upgrades, especially in kernel, glibc and other base packages. Some info from the official wiki (also see the official stretch release notes.): New features Linux kernel series 4.9, GNU libc 2.24. Desktop environments: GNOME 3.22, KDE Plasma 5.8,…