Notes on Automatic Rainbows and fuse-colors

By , 26 December, 2013, No Comment

I developed fuse-colors, a tool for wrapping most commands with arbitrary bash. These are notes from the dev experience.

Automatic Rainbows in your Terminal with fuse-colors

By , 19 December, 2013, No Comment

I used FUSE and perl to make fuse-colors, a script that allows you to automatically wrap commands in arbitrary bash

Seeing Patterns with strace: Wall of “close” System Calls

By , 31 August, 2013, No Comment

Strace lets you see patterns in system calls made by processes. This post covers the wall of “close” system calls often seen by daemonized processes.

Using rsync, files-from, and FIFOs to Transfer a Dynamically Generated List of Files

By , 16 July, 2013, No Comment

Use rsync’s –files-from and –rsync-path option to create a dynamic list of files to sync from the remote.

Forcing Rsync to Create a Remote Path Using –rsync-path

By , 10 July, 2013, No Comment

rsync has a –rsync-path parameter that allows you to cheat and specify commands to run before executing rsync.

PostgreSQL, SSH tunnels, and

By , 2 July, 2013, 2 Comments

PostgreSQL, SSH tunnels, and