sudo scutil --set HostName macbook
brew cask install texmaker
Cmd + Dor
Cmd + Shift + D
Cmd + Cand
Cmd + Option + V
Cmd + F3to show desktop
avconv -i [input file] -ss [start time hh:mm:ss.milisecs] -t [duration in secs] -codec copy [output file]
-to [end time hh:mm:ss.milisecs] to indicate the time at which to stop cutting instead of the duration.
Note: If you chose to not re-encode (i.e., you use the
-codec copy option), in many cases the trimmed/cut output file will not have the first 5 seconds of the video, which is super-annoying. To fix this, just remove the
-codec copy, which will take a longer time but give you an actual good cut.
M-x are executed by typing the Meta key + x (on Linux, Meta key is Alt)
C-x are executed by typing the Ctrl key + x
C-x o: switches buffers (panes/windows)
C-x C-c: exits emacs
Suppose you have a machine at
server.com that has a service running on port 3333, but you cannot
access that port on
server.com due to a firewall.
You can forward that port to a local port 9999 on your machine, if you can SSH into
ssh -f -N -L 9999:127.0.0.1:3333 firstname.lastname@example.org -f puts ssh in background -N makes it not execute a remote command
You can simplify this whole process with a config file.
Host tunnel HostName server.com # this is optional, if you have a special key for server.com IdentityFile ~/.ssh/private.key LocalForward 3333 127.0.0.1:9999 User user
sed 's/#include \"..\/Core\/Core.h\"/#include \<Core.h\>/g'
There were a lot of
cout<<"hsds"<<i<<endl; calls in the code, and I
wanted to space out the
Search: (\S)(<<)(\S) Replace with: $1 $2 $3
Be sure to check "Regular expressions." You probably don't need to capture the
alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ vim new-file.txt # hello alin has apples; alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ vim old-file.txt # hello johnny has apples. alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ rdiff signature old-file.txt sig alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ rdiff delta sig new-file.txt delta.txt alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ rdiff patch old-file.txt delta.txt patched.txt alinush@x220 [~] (master %) $ cat old-file.txt ; cat new-file.txt ; cat patched.txt ; hello alin has apples; hello johnny has apples. hello johnny has apples.