Local port forwarding
Imagine that you are doing web development on a remote system called remote.example.com. You usually reach this system via ssh but it’s behind a firewall that allows very little additional access, and blocks most other ports. To try out your web app, it’s helpful to be able to use your web browser to point to the remote system. But you can’t reach it via the normal method of typing the URL in your browser, thanks to that pesky firewall.
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arecord -q -f cd -r 44100 -c2 -t raw | lame -S -x -h -b 128 - `date +%Y%m%d%H%M`.mp3
Record audio notes or meetings requires arecord and lame run mp3gain on the resulting file to increase the volume / quality ctrl-c to stop recording
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Useful environment variable in the GNU C loader is LD_DEBUG. This triggers the dl* functions so that they give quite verbose information on what they are doing. For example:
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If you have an Etrade account and a Linux computer. Chances are you haven’t found clear cut instructions on how to get the EtradePro application to work under Linux.
Here are the instructions for Fedora Linux. With small tweaks it should work with any distro ( Debian, SuSe, Arch, etc.. )
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If you have named a branch incorrectly AND pushed this to the remote
repository follow these steps before any other developers get a chance
to jump on you and give you shit for not correctly following naming
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