shortcuts

Shortcut may refer to: read more at WikiPedia

  • ganymede

    Here is the list of all 380 default shortcuts keys for eclipse Ganymede in an easy to print layout (4 pages A4). I recommend you to print a booklet out of it.

    Nobody on Internet is currently providing such a list, except a sourceforge project but their keys binding is for eclipse 2.1,Others keys binding for eclipse will follows soon.

    3rd party plugin shortcuts:

    Download as PDF now eclipse.ganymede.shortcuts.keys.binding.pdf

  • tatice-linux-tux-10409

    Some useful Bash Linux alias taken from my user profile. If you have a long command that you type frequently consider putting it in as an alias.

    In computing, alias is a command in various command line interpreters (shells) such as Unix shells, 4DOS/4NT and Windows PowerShell, which enables a replacement of a word with another string. It is mainly used for abbreviating a system command, or for adding default arguments to a regularly used command. [WikiPedia]

    Description &160;
    Find all directories and and chmod them to rwxr.xr.x alias fixpermD='find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;'
    Find all files and and chmod them to rw.r..r.. alias fixpermF='find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;'
    Both above and set recursively user and user group in one shot alias fixUserAPerms='fixpermF; fixpermD; chown -R userA .;chgrp -R usergrp .'
    Make a directory and all files recursively read only, secure but a pain to maintain. see next&160; alias ro='find . -type f -exec chmod 444 {} \;find . -type d -exec chmod 555 {} \;'
    Make a directory and all files recursively read write, just the time to update your site. alias rw='find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \;find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;'
    Lower case all files in current directory alias lowercaseallfiles='for f in *; do mv $f `echo $f | tr [:upper:] [:lower:]`; done'
    List all open connections to your server alias listOpenConnections='lsof –i'
    List all internet connections alias listinternetconnection='netstat –lptu'
    find the 10 biggest in size directories alias dirsizes=’du -cks * | sort -n | tail –10'
    Show open port alias openports='netstat -nape --inet'