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Posted Yesterday at 01:27 PM bythe dsc (linux-related notes)
Updated Yesterday at 01:33 PM bythe dsc
"wget -i" is perhaps the tool of choice to download files from a list, but it doesn't allow you to set custom file names for the individual files on the list file. So, if you want to download a bunch of podcast episodes, but would want each file to have a descriptive file name rather than "12345.mp3", it won't help you.
A simple alternative is to have a download list with the file URLS followed by the "-O" flag and desired file name, and read this file...
CruxEX 3.2 64 bit Linux Live CD/USB is based on CRUX 3.2 (latest version, released 151123), which is all Linux enthusiasts/nerds favorite OS. (CRUX 3.2 is a lightweight Linux distribution for the x86-64 architecture targeted at experienced Linux users). CruxEX 3.2 2016 uses the LXDE Desktop environment. I have replaced the original CRUX kernel with my special kernel 4.3.0-x86_64-cruxex, with support for extra everything.
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To my horror I discovered...
There are more Linux flavors to make the head spin than the biblical psalms- and that is no jest. With the advent of Unix-esque systems like Apple's OSX or iOS & Google's Android, there are now even mundanely kitchen appliances running the kernel. To the inclined it seems a great victory over the closed source systems; does that mean anything, though?
A boy in an arcade plays a video game powered by Fedora; a woman checks the time on a Nexus phone, sends her email to a client; but all...