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Old 02-03-2013, 01:30 PM   #1
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LXer: fbcmd : Manage facebook from the Linux terminal

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In the past I’ve presented some clients for twitter that run on linux terminal, such as twidge and turses , they are really useful not just for connecting to social websites via your terminal but also to do scheduled jobs or procedure that will print a result or a message on these websites. Fbcmd is a command line interface (CLI) for facebook. It is open source and is both “free as speech” and “free as in beer”. It works in Windows, Mac and Linux. Let’s see how you can use it.



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