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FreeBSD nyx (Tor) - not connect to Tor node [on hold]

INFO: FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE Tor 0.3.4.9 (git-4ac3ccf2863b86e7) running on FreeBSD with Libevent 2.1.8-stable, OpenSSL 1.0.2o-freebsd, Zlib 1.2.11, Liblzma 5.2.3, and Libzstd 1.3.7 Hello, my package "...
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Is Windows Really Worse Than Ubuntu-Based Systems For Software Development? [closed]

I am starting coding boot camp next week and have received the following email re: our required coding environment: "Hello Incoming HREXTers (also known as 18 Weekers in the Software Engineering ...
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Educational games to master unix command line?

Looking for recommendations, for some simple trainer style games to improve my command line skills. Could be something similar to https://www.learnshell.org/, or even simpler. At the most basic level,...
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Unix (MacOS) Command Line tool for manipulating HSV of Videos and/or Images

I have a directory full of about 10,000 videos, and I need to manipulate their color scheme in a few ways. I would like to make a copy where they are all slightly bluer/darker, and another copy where ...
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Unix command terminal multiplexer application, mouse-based like midnight commander

I am looking for ideally a command line application that is similar in usage to tmux(terminal multiplexer) but with a GUI similar to midnight commander. Ideally free. So basically I am looking for ...
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high volume / high resolution capable timeline data visualizer

I am routinely in a need of working with high frequency event timelines, mainly to cross-correlate load-related issues in a complex environments. Potentially hundreds of thousands of individual ...
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Run a FastCGI script without a Web server (for testing)

I need a command line utility to test a FastCGI script. I have an unexpected behavior of our FastCGI script and need to check whether for this behavior is responsible one of our Web servers (two ...
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Alternative to `sed` which supports PCRE

According to this question gnu sed does not support PCRE. Is there an alternative which supports PCRE? Required features: should roughly work like gnu sed open source
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Headline Capitalization

Background Developers write JIRA tickets; developers do not style the ticket items consistently. We'd like to present the ticket summaries to clients, but with a consistent format. Problem We're ...
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PPTP checking the tunnel activity by software

Is there a software capability to check the status of the pppd tunnel activity, and in case of a negative value, restart it with the necessary parameters? Interested in general the possibility of such ...
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Is there a simple text-editor, opening up a webserver from the command-line?

I have a set-up with some files on a Unix-system. And I want to edit them in real-time from remote via a webbrowser-app. I have commandline access on this system. Now I am searching for a tool making ...
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Building a search index, and querying it from the command line

Does a tool with the following features exist? Command Line Interface (for indexing and searching) We have grep for command line searching of txt files. It’s quick as long as the file is at most a ...
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Testing Client/Server app in C++

I am currently developing Client/Server app based on TCP protocol in C/C++ and want to perform tests of both client and server side. I am using unix sockets for development. Are there any MOCK libs or ...
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Music player server that works with pulseaudio out of the box

I would like to use a music player daemon along the lines of the program called "Music player daemon" (also known as "mpd") or xmms2. I mean something specific by "out of the box": I am running ...
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Solaris SunOS 5.11 Hex Editor

Can anyone point me at a decent hex viewer for Solaris? Looking for something with a front-end similar to bless on Ubuntu or Binary Viewer on Windows or ..almost the Delta Hex Editor Netbeans plugin. ...
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Facebook wall downloader

I'm looking for software/app which allow me to download/export Facebook wall from certain periods into common formats such as HTML, PDF, or similar. So after export, I can open the files and scroll ...
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Secure local interprocess communication toolkit

I am looking for a secure library for interprocess communication between two different, mutually-trusting processes on the same machine. The library needs to remain secure against attack by programs ...
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Software for converting HOCR format to txt?

I have health documents which are currently in the hOCR format. I want to convert them to an xml format. Is there a Mac/Linux - specific software which can do that?
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Set Operations in the Unix Shell

Set operations in the unix shell are possible: http://www.catonmat.net/blog/set-operations-in-unix-shell/ And the solutions from this site are very user-friendly. With "user" being a sub set of all ...
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DNS query tool (host(1) or nslookup(1) replacement)

I'm looking for a command-line tool that can query a name server for an IP address. Something like host(1) as provided by BIND. # query the name server at 4.2.2.4 for the name example.org $ host ...
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What is simple way to sync contents in my local computer to the contents in a remote server using the terminal/Unix?

In short I wanted to have a local folder be in sync with a folder in a remote server. The long story: I have a folder called master where I store a bunch of data. This data is organized in folders ...
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Software to detect security problems in logs for NGINX or other Unix programs

I see online recommendations that I look through logs in /var/log for attacks on my webserver, or security issues with the (Ubuntu Linux) system at large, but it would be helpful if I had something ...
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Tool to create bootable FreeBSD USB flash drives

I am looking for a tool that can make a FreeBSD bootable USB flash drive. Unfortunately YUMI doesn't have this option. I prefer a free sofware working in Windows, but Linux and paid solution can ...
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Secure password storage and manager for server-side software on UNIX/Linux

There's a lot of desktop/user side password managers out there, but I need a password storage solution for server-side app running on Linux. Something that would e.g. keep encrypted passwords in a ...
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Alternative HTML-to-text CLI converter to html2text

I'm looking for memory efficient HTML-to-text converted similar to html2text CLI, however the problem which I've experienced is that it takes too much memory on large files. For example it can take ...
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Dependency manager for PHP extensions in Freebsd

Are there any tools in Freebsd for auto-managing project dependencies from php extensions like Composer for php libraries or NPM for js libraries? The task is: auto saving dependency for project in ...
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Software to remotely change a user's password on a Solaris client

I'm looking for software that will provide the ability to our helpdesk to remotely change a user's password on Oracle Solaris systems. The Solaris systems use local /etc/passwd files (no LDAP/NIS etc)...