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  • Give me back my MySQL Command Line!

    Give me back my MySQL Command Line!December 7

    One of the essential skills you must acquire to become proficient in the development of PHP/MySQL driven websites is a good understanding of Structured Query Language (SQL). In Chapter 2 of my article series, Build your own Database Driven Website us

  • Kev's Command Prompt Cheat Sheet ArticleAugust 13

    Over the years, I've received messages from many a distraught beginner who was stuck because the instructions they were following made reference to the dreaded MS-DOS Command Prompt. This increasingly well-hidden feature of Windows harkens back to th

  • PHP on the Command Line - Part 1 ArticleJune 16

    We all know PHP is a great language for building Web applications with but we all also know there's a lot more to running a serious Website than just the user interface. There are back ups to be performed, log files to be analysed, data to be pruned

  • Monitoring from the Linux Command LineJune 18

    System administration can be a time consuming and difficult job, and many web developers specifically assign these duties to a staff or contract sysadmin to insure servers are running optimally. However, not every web business is economically ready t

  • Twist and Fade Command for Flash MX 2004

    Twist and Fade Command for Flash MX 2004August 3

    I've created another interesting command, this time with a twist (literally). Some of you may be familiar with the Twist and Fade Command that shipped with Fireworks MX and Fireworks MX 2004, and this one does similar things only in Flash MX 2004. Do

  • ScatterBug Command Panel for Flash MX 2004

    ScatterBug Command Panel for Flash MX 2004August 8

    Well, I got tired of duplicating MC instances and altering their opacity at the same time a long time ago, so I thought I'd knock up a quickie panel for duplication and opacity control, which takes a single MC and duplicates it according to your sele

  • PHP on the Command Line - Part 2August 11

    In Part 1 of this tutorial, we had a look at PHP's command line SAPI (server API). In this article, we'll take things a step further, and see how you can hook up a command line PHP script with existing command line tools provided by your operating sy

  • Goosh: Google From The Command Line

    Goosh: Google From The Command LineJune 5

    I love the command line. Sure, the WIMP paradigm brought the personal computer out of obscurity and into the hands of less technical people. But if you ever need to find out what's really going on, there's only one answer - cast aside the pretty icon

  • Mastering the UNIX Command Line: A Beginner's Guide

    Mastering the UNIX Command Line: A Beginner's GuideJuly 4

    When a web developer or designer uploads web site files to a web server, there's a strong likelihood it's running on an UNIX-style operating system. There's an equally strong likelihood that, although developers and designers know all about how to up

  • Take Command with Ajax

    Take Command with AjaxJuly 16

    Do you want to build more dynamic, responsive, desktop-like web applications like Gmail and Google Maps? Then this article is for you! It guides you through the Ajax basics and through the process of building a simple Ajax application. That applicati

  • How do you list all processes on the command line in Windows?September 10

    Is there a command equivalent to 'ps' on Unix that can list all processes on a Windows machine? --------------Solutions------------- Working with cmd.exe: tasklist If you have Powershell: get-process Via WMI: wmic process (you can query remote machin

  • What is the cURL command-line syntax to do a POST request?September 17

    How can I make a POST request with the cURL command-line tool? --------------Solutions------------- With fields: curl --data "param1=value1&param2=value2" https://example.com/resource.cgi Multipart: curl --form "[email protected]&

  • Any one know how to execute this command via python code September 18

    How can I call an external command (as if I'd typed it at the Unix shell or Windows command prompt) from within a Python script? --------------Solutions------------- Look at the subprocess module in the stdlib: from subprocess import call call(["ls&q

  • Is there a Windows command-line tool to set ID3 tags on an MP3 file? September 19

    I am looking for a command-line tool for Windows that will allow me to set the ID3 tags on an MP3 file. For example, something like this would be ideal: C:\> setID3.exe myfile.mp3 -artist "The Smashing Pumpkins" -album "Siamese Dream&quo

  • Which command can I use to recursively rename or move a file in Windows?October 16

    What command in Windows emulates the recursive move / rename command from Unix? --------------Solutions------------- Use XP's for command. For example from the command line (in a batch file use %%x instead) to do a recursive move do: for /r %x in (fo

  • which fails to find command in path February 26

    How would I validate that a program exists? Which would then either return an error and exit or continue with the script? It seems like it should be easy, but it's been stumping me. --------------Solutions------------- Yes; avoid which. Not only is i

  • get in a command-line process with pid March 23

    I use Tilda (drop-down terminal) on Ubuntu as my "command central" - pretty much the way others might use GNOME Do, Quicksilver or Launchy. However, I'm struggling with how to completely detach a process (e.g. Firefox) from the terminal it's bee

  • With Linux iptables, is it possible to log the process/command name that initiates an outbound connection?April 7

    I would like to keep track of the processes that initiate outbound connections on a Linux desktop. The best I can come up with is this: iptables -A OUTPUT -m state --state NEW -j LOG --log-uid This logs the uid/gid that initiates the connection, but

  • how to merge two ext3 partitions on ubuntu from command line?April 30

    I have a partition /dev/sdb1 and a partition /dev/sdb2 They are both in /etc/fstab with proper UUIDs and mounted as /opt and /home I'd like to merge them without losing any files Can this be done from the command line without having to move all the f

  • Shell command to monitor changes in a file - What's it called again?April 30

    I know there was a command on Unix that I could use to monitor a file and see changes that are getting written to it. This was quite useful especially for checking log files. Do you know what it is called? --------------Solutions------------- Do you

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