Linux Command-Line Tips & Tricks
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This is a tips-and-tricks collection for Linux command-line warriors. Because of its ancient history, BASH scripting has some odd programming constructs that are difficult to memorize. This book also tries to provide a ready-reference for such archaic but crucial details.
- Pages: 70
- Target: Linux command-line warriors
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Table of Contents
- Shell Scripting
- Caja Actions Configuration
- System Administration
- Internet Tasks
- Multimedia Tasks
- Office Tasks
- Miscellaneous Tips & Tricks
This meme video was created using a Linux BASH command. It is one of several examples used to illustrate the power of the command line.
ffmpeg -y -i Prime-Time.mp4 \ -ss 0:43:51 -t 0:0:33 \ -filter_complex "color=c=green:s=640x360[c]; [c]drawtext=x=20:y=20:fontcolor=yellow:alpha=0.6:shadowx=1:shadowy=1:textfile=t1.txt:fontsize=22:fontfile=Dummies_.ttf[t1]; [t1]drawtext=x=270:y=320:fontcolor=yellow:alpha=0.6:shadowx=1:shadowy=1:textfile=t2.txt:fontsize=22:fontfile=Dummies_.ttf[t2]; [t2]drawtext=x=10:y=330:fontcolor=white:alpha=0.6:textfile=t3.txt:fontsize=16:fontfile=SourceSerifPro-It.ttf[t3]; [0:v:0]crop=640:250:0:35[v]; [t3][v]overlay=0:55" \ aoc-faa.mp4
Here is how you can tweet from the command line.