Screen command in Linux!

I am running a Linux server and need to monitor the output from a program on an SSH terminal session. The screen command is the best tool that I have found to get the job done.

screen -dmS myscreentomonitor  ./scripttolaunchapp.sh $1

Will launch the application in a terminal session.

screen -x myscreentomonitor

Will display the exported screen in SSH.

Well, my life just got a bit easier…

 

Why am I using WordPress for my website?

Sure I can code in HTML. Yeah, I know CSS. Javascript, not a problem. Been there done that. At some point you have to make a decision, spend a lot of time writing unique code that may or may not look better than a CMS, or just implement the CMS and get your content online.

I have used Joomla in the past for my CMS (content management system). Joomla is easy to use and has many different templates to make your site look awesome! The problem with that is… been there done that.

WordPress, while I am completely familiar with the application, I have not used the back-end before. So here it is! My WordPress website, looking all streamlined and minimalist! Of course I could change the template to one of a zillion others, but I really like this look. So you can call me a sell-out if you want but I saved a half-million clicks on my keyboard.