Because it is.
While working on a project recently, I came across an odd warning upon running
foouser@foo:~$ curl "https://api.foo.example/blah" Warning: Binary output can mess up your terminal. Use "--output -" to tell Warning: curl to output it to your terminal anyway, or consider "--output Warning: . . .
This could be my favorite linux distro yet.
This weekend, the fam and I were doing some cleaning and I came across an old relic from a bygone era: my 2008 MacBook.
Remember when these came out? The aluminum frame was new and all the rage.
I loved this thing, and ya know what? I have to give Apple credit: despite being over 15 years old it's held up . . .
I’ve been meaning to do this for awhile now… Here’s my own list of handy commands/one-liners.
Azure - Bash
az group create --name <resourcegroupname> --location <region> - Create a resource group in bash cloud console.
az acr create --resource-group <resourcegroupname> --name . . .
An interesting question came up the other day: What exactly does the sendmail daemon do with SMTP sessions that are in progress when it needs to restart?
For the purpose of discussion, let's assume that it's being restarted via
service sendmail restart. I'll wait a moment for admins to scream at their monitors about this . . .