Tag Archives: script

Encode or Decode base64 from the Command Line

Encode or Decode base64 from the Command Line | If you have ever needed to quickly decode or encode base64, Linux has a command line utility called base64 that works great. I’ll show you how it works! To encode text to base64, use the following syntax: $ echo ‘scottlinux.com rocks’ | base64 c2NvdHRsaW51eC5jb20gcm9ja3MK To decode, use base64 -d. To decode base64, use a syntax

Quick Intro to zsh: auto complete

Quick Intro to zsh: auto complete | zsh or the z shell is an interactive shell that builds upon features of other shells such as bash, ksh, and tcsh. zsh is great for advanced script monkeys but also is an excellent simple bash replacement for the regular joe user. Here is a quick intro to the auto complete features of zsh! On