Log the output of BASH scripts to a Syslog-like format
Not sure what you are after exactly. Do you want the script results sent to syslog? Do you want the script to send messages to syslog?
There are a few ways of doing this that I can think of off the top of my head.
You can just send a message to the syslog port of your server using net-cat like this:
nc -w0 -u <syslog ip> 514 <<< "SOURCELABEL SYSLOGTAGLABEL This is a message for syslog"
Or you could send the output directly to the logger itself:
echo "This is a test" | logger -i
Is this what you want?
printf("int main char");
printf("int main int");
Im giving the command like this "run.sh cpd --minimum-tokens 5 --files /opt/test.c --language c" and the output is as follows :
Found a 2 line (5 tokens) duplication in the following files:
Starting at line 1 ...
Linux Mint (Ubuntu).
I'm looking for a way to encrypt some of my external HDDs. I was looking this option over -> https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/encrypt-your-data-with-encfs-on-ubuntu/ but I'm not sure how well this would work. I read this on the top portion of the site -> "It is a pass-through filesystem, not an ...
I have a machine, I have a hosting with FTP. On my venture I found out about lftp.
And the instructions are here: http://www.dangibbs.co.uk/journal/ftp-sync-usin-linux
Snippet is this:
mirror -v --only-newer /home/local/path/ /website.com/public_html/
Do these things still work? Also, how do I loop it? I don't want to spam ...
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