Fun linux console programs
cmatrix The Matrix has you:
Installation: 1 sudo apt install cmatrix Running To start cmatrix just run:
1 cmatrix Type q or Ctrl+C to exit.
Adjustments can be made by passing additional parameters. For a complete list run:
1 cmatrix -h For example:
1 cmatrix -C yellow turns the output yellow.
sl For those times when you mistype ls instead of seeing sl: command not found or similar why not display something a little more extravagant:
DNSCrypt on DD-WRT with OpenDNS
Requirements A router with DD-WRT (brainslayer builds r32170 or later, or a kong build after March 2017) Configuration Log in to the DD-WRT web interface and navigate to the Services -> Services page. In the DNSMasq section check ‘Enable’ next to the ‘DNSMasq’ and ‘Encrypt DNS’ settings. In the drop down menu for the DNSCrypt resolver select ‘Cisco OpenDNS’.
Click ‘Apply Settings’ at the bottom of the page.
How to copy stdout to the clipboard in Powershell
Suppose you want to copy the output of a Powershell command to the clipboard. Instead of making a mess of selecting the output in the terminal and copying, just pipe the output to clip.
For example to copy your path environment variable to the clipboard run:
1 $Env:Path | clip The same can also be achieved using Set-Clipboard:
1 $Env:Path | Set-Clipboard To read the contents of the clipboard use Get-Clipboard: