By neildaemond, an 'any-stack' hacking grasshopper.
Taking notes while tinkering with:
MeGa LoLz: Paying HoMaGe to 90’s ComPuTinG AnD WeB PaGeS ViA tilde.club
ssh’ing into my new account on tilde.club, I was re-introduced to their favorite command line irc client, WeeChat. I’m quite excited about tilde.club( mine is tilde.club/~neildaemond ;) ) as it provides the perfect remote server for irc chat if I run it in a screen/tmux/etc. At my local hackerspace, dimsumlabs, we’re trying to encourage irc usage. In Particular, our
#dimsumlabs channel on Freenode.
nmap -sP 192.168.2.1/24
I was able to find my SOPine nodes, which were plugged into a Pine64 Clusterboard on wired network.
the following commands mentioned on this post on stackoverflow can generate base64 encoded image for use in html.
type=$(identify -format "%m" "$file" | tr '[A-Z]' '[a-z]')
echo "data:image/$type;base64,$(base64 -w 0 "$file")"
git log --graph --oneline --decorate --branches
follow the 'commandline' RSS feed by clicking here
If you have ImageMagick installed, you can use:
to then select an image window via a mouse. Or, the pure command line method of:
import filename.png -window root
to take a snapshot of the whole screen.