You guys know me, I do script a lot of stuff to make my life easier. Starting from my (smart)home to my server maintenance – it just saves too much time. And today I would like to share some ideas on how (not?) to work with configuration stuff in bash. First of all: Configuration on some scripts may […]
Hacking the tribe log
Ark: Survival evolved is a nice and sweet game and I love to play it. I even run my own dedicated server for my friends. But to be honest, since the notification functionality was introduced in patch 243.0, I heard some rumors of the tribe log to get merged into that. At the point of writing this article […]
Clickable shell scripts
I am working quite a lot using shell scripts to make my work easier and a few of them are even on my desktop to perform some one click actions. Sadly this doesn’t work on my mac as it just gets opened in an editor, ignoring the executable bit (chmod +x). That drives me crazy. So what’s the […]
I do not know what you think about that, but I hate it if confidental information stays on screen after logging out of a terminal. The solution is simple: echo clear >> ~/.bash_logout The solution explained: On logging out bash parses the .bash_logout script. We just tell bash here to have the screen cleared.