In this post, I will show case a winform application that I have just finished building which will tell you the correct command when given the required permissions. For example, a read permission is identified as a 4 in Unix environments. I have created a small table below: Permission Level Permission Bit Read 4 Write … More Unix Permissions Winform
See if the I.T delinquent has done anything useful for you… probably not.
From my previous post, found here, you can see that I have formatted the text to be a specific colour depending on what sort of output I get. So for errors I make the text red and for successful messages I make the text green. This is easy to implement into BASH scripts and a … More Coloured BASH Output Using TPUT
I required a way to easily restart some common services on my Raspberry Pi running Plex since I kept forgetting whether I needed to use the: syntax, or the: syntax for the services. So I created a bash (.SH) file that would allow me to chose which service to restart without having to remember the … More Linux Service Restart Script