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D.L.D. Wed 5 Dec 2018 at 9:31:22
Favorite Linux Commands?

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Favorite Linux Commands?
Whats your Favorite Linux Command?

Check active number of connections on port 8080 every 5 seconds?

while true; do netstat -an | grep -c $(hostname -i):8080; sleep 5; done;


There is a standard web browser in raspbian 
sometimes comes up when i click an about box link
find it a nice web browser
but its not anymore in my program shortcuts
took me some time to find the command
its launch command in terminal

epiphany-browser

Some Terminal Commands for me to Remember
    getting old, defragmentation

sudo /etc/init.d/domoticz.sh start
sudo /etc/init.d/domoticz.sh stop
sudo /etc/init.d/domoticz.sh restart
sudo /etc/init.d/domoticz.sh status

start of a terminal sript file
   #!/bin/sh

sudo motion start
sudo motion stop
sudo motion status
sudo motion restart

bash -c 'while [ 0 ]; do clear;gpio readall;sleep .25;done'

espeak "My Master. Dont you remember, Are you getting Old! "
pico2wave --wave=trump.wav 'The United States of Donald Trump'


Executing simple history command from terminal 
will show you a complete list of last executed commands with line numbers.
history
export HISTCONTROL=ignoredups
  think this gives a terminal command history list txt file .bash_history in your /home/pi/ directory


raspbian single panel filemanager i do not like, fast load but not handy
   krusader is nice but bit big, nice but big
   mc midnight commander is bit dossie, nice but bit old
Try XFE light twin panel / dual panel file manager
XFE is very nice fast loading and lots of options should be standard for RaspBian
   (to me it looks a bit like windows commander or total commander)



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