Tag:unix

  • Talk to CTO 〡 and pingcap CTO Huang Dongxu about the new blue ocean of open source database

    Time:2020-2-3

    Column introduction “Dialogue CTO” is a new column of geek park. It talks about the development and growth of R & D managers from the perspective of technologists. In this column, Wang Yingqi, the founder and CEO of enterprise level R & D management tool one, is invited as an interviewer. Wang Yingqi once participated […]

  • Using Chmod command to change the usage of file permission in Linux and UNIX

    Time:2020-1-22

    After using the ls-l command, we can see that there is a string similar to – rwxrwxrwx in front of the file, which represents the permissions of the fileThree groups of three bits R W x represent the readable (R) / writable (W) / executable permission (x) of the owner / group / others respectivelye. […]

  • Summary of several methods for shell to get string length

    Time:2020-1-11

    Preface In our daily work, string operation is very common in shell scripts, and there are many ways to achieve it. Here are a few possible ways to find strings. Let’s have a look at the detailed introduction. The method is as follows: [method 1]: use ${ා STR} to get the length of the string […]

  • Freedgo design UML: an online drawing tool

    Time:2020-1-10

    Record an online drawing tool website, which can do beautiful UML design work. Visit freedgo design Click to edit online: make UML tool editing page online

  • The function code of getting UNIX time stamp with vbs

    Time:2019-12-24

    There is no time function similar to C standard library in VBS. How to get UNIX timestamp? At first glance, it’s simple: Copy codeThe code is as follows: Function UnixTime() UnixTime = DateDiff(“s”, “01/01/1970 00:00:00”, Now()) End Function A very natural way is to only notice “0:00:00 on January 1, 1970” and ignore “coordinated universal […]

  • Comparison table of UNIX / Linux and MS-DOS instructions

    Time:2019-12-5

    operation Unix/Linux (Bash) Windows(MS-DOS) Example Entry directory cd cd cd /path/to/target Create directory mkdir md mkdir folderName current directory pwd cd pwd Display directory ls dir ls Remove Directory rm del rm -r /path/to/target Print document lp print lp /path/to/file create a file touch touch fileName Copy file cp copy copy fileName fileNameAlias Find file […]

  • Unix / Linux common command line operations

    Time:2019-11-22

    Introduction: in view of a period of timeMacThe frequency of using terminal operation after computer is increasing day by day. It’s mainly studious. To sort out the following terminal operation commands for the system MacSystem andLIUNXThe system is based onUNIXThe developed ones are basically universal. Now I useMacFocus on common command lines Common operation command […]

  • Windows terminal edge cmder

    Time:2019-11-20

    In the field of it, most of the time, it is recommendedLinuxOr classUnixOperating system programming,LinuxAs a generation of excellent operating system, it has become the core of IT industry. The conditional big guys all choose to use MAC programming, the best is the terminal experience, andLinuxA completely consistent command line brings a lot of convenience, […]

  • UNIX family tree

    Time:2019-11-18

    What is the relationship between Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and other operating systems? Wolfram Schneider has sorted out the family tree of UNIX (mainly BSD Series). Is it clear after reading it? The genealogy tree is drawn with ASCII characters, isn’t it geeky? First Edition (V1) | Second Edition (V2) | Third Edition […]

  • Why is C program as solid as a rock?

    Time:2019-11-17

    November 11, 2008 (single day ~ ~) C language is a special programming language today. Only a very small number of people can really program with C, and a large part of us have their own views on C. Buffer overflow, stack overflow, integer data overflow, C has many well-known defects, which are spread by […]

  • Time saving linux commands

    Time:2019-11-16

    Some netizens asked quora, “what are the time-saving tips that every Linux user should know?” Joshua levy usually works on the Linux platform, and he has accumulated a lot of practical command-line skills. He selects a part of his reply. For technical users, these skills are very important or practical, but not many people know […]

  • Matsumoto, the father of ruby, talks about Emacs and VI

    Time:2019-11-15

    debate Even hackers are not one of a thousand. There are all kinds of hackers. Apart from those who only do bad things, they call themselves hackers. There are also various interests and cultures in hackers. And they often have arguments because of their own opinions and culture. There are many typical themes of such […]