Import OpenVPN Config From Command Line with Network Manager | Network Manager on Linux has a command line interface which can do everything and more than the gui version. Here is how to import an openvpn config from the command line!
FFmpeg with an optional library vidstab can stabilize and smooth out shaky video on Linux. Here is a quick how-to and example video!
Update pfSense from the command line | pfSense is awesome open source router software based on FreeBSD. It features a nice web interface to do any tasks! While the main way to administer and upgrade pfSense is via the web interface, one can also upgrade via command line. Check it out!
Configure WiFi on Raspberry Pi Raspbian / Debian Linux via Command Line | To easily scan for wireless networks and connect on a Raspberry Pi, use the command line app wpa_cli. Check it out!
Generate Strong Passwords on the Command Line With OpenSSL | openssl can be used to generate random strings which make good passwords. Check it out!
Backup your /etc/ directory to a tarball with the date | Backup your /etc! Here is a random useful command I incorporate into various backup strategies.
Check SSL Certificate Fingerprint from Command Line | It is possible to check a fingerprint of an SSL cert from the command line with openssl. In light of recent SHA1 deprecation in the news, this tip should be handy!
Add tack e x on your bash shebang | #!/bin/bash -ex | Bash scripts can use various options on the shebang (#!/bin/bash). A more common one is: ‘#!/bin/bash -ex’ Here is the scoop!