Often when you are making changing to a system or some configuration and really don’t want to wait for the changes to show up there might be a need to repeatedly run the same command from a Linux terminal until you see the change is live. There are several ways that this can be done, some more complicated than others. Continue reading “Continuously Rerun or Repeatedly Running a Linux Command”
There are many random times working with api’s, mail servers, or other random tasks in a Linux terminal or ssh session that you run into the need to pass data encoded with base64 or decode a response that is encoded. At first look, this seems like a bit a of pain, but it doesn’t have to be. Continue reading “Encode or Decode base64 from terminal”
Support Coming Soon
6 years ago Google posted that Linux support for Google Drive was in the works and to hang tight while they worked on it.
This has been such a pain point to many users for Google Drive that one user even has a page on Github with a timer since the day of this post: https://abevoelker.github.io/how-long-since-google-said-a-google-drive-linux-client-is-coming/
Lucky for us, there are many developers out there that have taken on the task of creating a client for Linux, since Google is taking a little longer than expected. Continue reading “Google Drive on Linux”