1) capturing an RDF formatted RSS feed as a file on my computer
2) converting the result to HTML using local command line tools
I've sorted 1) with wget? I've discovered xsltproc but I'm going round in circles. The master plan is to import my pinboard bookmarks into a static web site produced on my linux box using a handful of clever bash scripts.
My .jar file needs and uses some files in the same directory it's in (everything, including the jar was unzipped into said directory). It runs perfectly when I do java -jar file.jar in the command line, but there's trouble when I double-click the file when running from the file system manager. I've tried a custom command under properties ie java -jar, but the problem is that the .jar file doesn't seem to be able to use any of the files in the same directory. When running, the jar can't find any of the files that it needs.
I have some large log files that I would like to search for a specific text via command line in the file. I know I can open the file in GUI but is there command that I can run against the file path then make it search in the file in command line?
I have a jar, and I need to replace a class in it, at this moment, I can only open it with "archive manager" and then drag and drop the new compiled class into the jar, but I think this is really boring, if I can do with with just a command ?
I have a php file that I need to execute via a cronjob. This file should be run by the www-data user as its a file in my /var/www/project folder. When I run this file under root (php -f cron.php) everything works perfectly, but I want it to run under the www-data to be safe. Before I run it vai crontab I tried it via command line as the www-data user and I receive errors:
Fatal Error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes expired (tried to allocate 232 bytes).
But when I run it as the root user I get no errors and everything works correctly. The file cron.php is used to process automated tasks in my CRM. So I don't really want to have the root user running a crontab every few minutes for this.
Must the www-data user be given more permissions? I am using Ubuntu 6.06LTS PHP - 5.1.2 Apache - 2.0.55 MySQL - 5.0.22
I have bound over the command line all for my work related jar files to my CLASSPATH and can now execute the command javac HelloRDFWorld.java and there comes noerror messages. I assume javac command can be executed without any problems:
Running: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server 5.2 (Tikanga) I need to be able to automate transferring a few files over from one server to another using scp or the sftp protocol. I have received a text file which looks like a key file along with username and passphrase information for the target server in question.
Instructions were given to me to import the provided text file in puttyGen then save the imported key as a private key to be used by scp or sftp. My assumption is this is for windows utilities, which I am not using. My frustration comes in trying to automate logging into this server via sftp or scp to automate some file transfers. I am asked for a password every time because the public and private key methods failed to find my keys. How can I call scp or the sftp utilities and use the provided key file (the one I generated using puttyGen or the original one provided to me) to login to this server? I've tried taking the generated ppk file from puttygen and adding it with the ssh-add command but that still did not work.
I am using an awk command to print a line from a cvs file.the awk command includes an if statement that filter the output-lets say i want to print all the lines that the price field is greater than 30.i have it working when i put the parameters myself.. but when i try to send them with vars it wont work..i am sending the sign of the if statement - can only be: == , < , >it looks like this:
I would like to open the file manager by command line using sudo, but I just can't remember the name of it!! I can "almost" remember it... but it escapes me. And I am afraid I don't know where to look for it.
Does anybody know how to get attributes for a video file from the command line? For instance I'd like to get the video file running time. I've looked all over and I can't find out how to do this; the "file" command shows some data but not running time. I'm sure there has to be a way.