A simple commandline utility for querying commandlinefu.com
CommandlineFu.com is an awesome website written by David Winterbottom It has a collection of neat commandline one liners for the unix shell
Fu makes commandlinefu more accessible because I find that I use CommandlineFu.com most when actually in the commandline
It's easy to install, all you need to do is download and make
$ git clone git://github.com/samirahmed/fu.git $ cd fu/ $ sudo make install
Or you just use bash alias if you are working under shell
$ cd ~/workspace $ git clone git://github.com/samirahmed/fu.git $ cd fu/ $ pwd $ /usr/me/workspace/fu $ vi ~/.bashrc | vim ~/.bash_profile $ # add alias line <<| alias fu="python /usr/me/workspace/fu/fu" $ $ source ~/.bashrc | source ~/.bashrc $ fu netstat
If that last step doesn't work you can use the setup.py
$ sudo python setup.py install --record installRecords.txt
You can query fu by adding any search terms as arguments
For example if you want to search for how to "send binary mail attachment"
$ fu send binary mail attachment 1 # Send email with one or more binary attachments echo "Body goes here" | mutt -s "A subject" -a /path/to/file.tar.gz email@example.com 2 # Send a binary file as an attachment to an email uuencode archive.tar.gz archive.tar.gz | mail -s "Emailing: archive.tar.gz" firstname.lastname@example.org 498ms total:2
It is possible you might not have some dependencies like argparse installed.
$ sudo easy_install argparse
See the wiki for more help
To remove fu you can do automagically with
$ cd fu/ $ sudo make uninstall
Or you can do it manually by finding the files from your installRecords.txt file and removing them
One will be in your PYTHONPATH, the other in your /usr/local/ path probably
There is a wiki for more examples and info about usage.
Feel free to contribute if you have more ideas!