Posts with tags including terminal.
A cron job that could save you from a ransomware attack
How a simple scheduled job can help you quickly recover from ransomware.
Publishing GitHub event data with GitHub Actions and Pages
A guide to overcoming the GitHub event data horizon with a little command-line magic.
A lightweight, tool-agnostic CI/CD flow with GitHub Actions
How to take advantage of a simple GitHub Actions workflow without sacrificing agnostic tooling.
A portable Makefile for continuous delivery with Hugo and GitHub Pages
My Makefile for building this site, optimizing images, and running my CI/CD GitHub Actions flow.
How to quickly batch resize, compress, and convert images with a Bash one-liner
A fast command line interface solution for batch image processing.
How to do twice as much with half the keystrokes using `.bashrc`
An overview of time-saving aliases, functions, and creating a useful Bash prompt.
How to set up a fresh Ubuntu desktop using only dotfiles and bash scripts
Configure settings, install programs, and customize your desktop environment with a single bash command.
How to write Bash one-liners for cloning and managing GitHub and GitLab repositories
Using xargs and awk in Bash to automate managing remote-hosted repositories.
A quick guide to changing your GitHub username
Some additional steps to consider after making a change to your username on GitHub.
Two ways to deploy a public GitHub Pages site from a private Hugo repository
Keep your drafts out of the public eye by making use of continuous deployment tools to publish your public GitHub Pages site - from a separate private repository.
Git commit practices your future self will thank you for
How squash commits, vimrc, and git tags can help you make great Git commits.
An automatic interactive pre-commit checklist, in the style of infomercials
How to set up an interactive checklist using a Git pre-commit hook script.
Batch renaming images, including image resolution, with awk
How to batch rename images with custom values using file, awk, and rename - in rainbow colors!
How to replace a string in a dozen old blog posts with one sed terminal command
How to use sed to update a URL in all your old blog posts with simple find and replace.