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iRaspbian Makes Your Raspberry Pi Work Like a Mac

Note: If you can’t find this anymore try reading the comments under the YouTube video.

This new Raspbian skin looks just like Apple Mac OS X.

Source: iRaspbian Makes Your Raspberry Pi Work Like a 2001 Mac | Tom’s Hardware

My Favourite Secret Weapon – strace

Why strace?

I’m often asked in my technical troubleshooting job to solve problems that development teams can’t solve. Usually these do not involve knowledge of API calls or syntax, rather some kind of insight into what the right tool to use is, and why and how to use it. Probably because they’re not taught in college, developers are often unaware that these tools exist, which is a shame, as playing with them can give a much deeper understanding of what’s going on and ultimately lead to better code.

My favourite secret weapon in this path to understanding is strace.

Source: My Favourite Secret Weapon – strace – zwischenzugs

Printing at home from your Raspberry Pi

To get printing up and working on your Raspberry Pi the first thing you need to do is install CUPS. CUPS is an open source printing system developed by Apple that uses the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) to support printing to both local and network printers.

Source: Printing at home from your Raspberry Pi (Raspberry Pi Blog)

SCP Linux – Securely Copy Files Using SCP examples

This post includes SCP examples. SCP or secure copy allows secure transferring of files between a local host and a remote host or between two remote hosts. It uses the same authentication and security as the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol from which it is based. SCP is loved for it’s simplicity, security and pre-installed availability.

Source: SCP Linux – Securely Copy Files Using SCP examples (Hayden James)

15+ examples for Linux cURL command

In this tutorial, we will cover the cURL command in Linux. Follow along as we guide you through the functions of this powerful utility with examples to help you understand everything it’s capable of.

The cURL command is used to download or upload data to a server, using one of its 20+ supported protocols. This data could be a file, email message, or web page.

Source: 15+ examples for Linux cURL command – Like Geeks

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