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for i in `cat list`; do echo "select * from db.table where value = ${i}" |mysql -umysqluser -ps3cur3p@$$w0rd; done
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# nginx vhost conf
# redirect images with DMCA complaints
location ~ ^/attach/201204.*\.jpg$ {
alias /usr/local/nginx/html/suspend.html;
jdorfman /
Created Apr 10, 2012 — forked from aaronshaf/
Install ElasticSearch on Ubuntu 10.10-11.04
cd /tmp/
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install unzip curl python-software-properties -y
#sudo add-apt-repository "deb lucid partner"
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ferramroberto/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-plugin -y
wget -O elasticsearch.tar.gz
tar -xf elasticsearch.tar.gz
jdorfman / gist:2403041
Created Apr 17, 2012
bash function to run sshuttle asap
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# get it here:
# put this in your .bash_profile and smoke it && source ~/.bash_profile
function p () { /path/to/sshuttle/sshuttle -r you@server -vv; }
# p for proxy (change it to whatever you want I guess)
jdorfman / gist:2474890
Created Apr 24, 2012
my new favorite utility
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mutt -s "Birthday celebration" -a citymap.jpg \
< invitation.txt
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$ mkdir -p {1..3}/{1..3}
# Result:
$ tree
|-- 1
| |-- 1
| |-- 2
| `-- 3
|-- 2
jdorfman / gist:2501118
Created Apr 26, 2012 — forked from netdna/gist:2501099
nginx - return a 403 response for certain referers
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#place this in nginx.conf or a vhosts
if ($http_referer ~* (keyword||
{ return 403; }
jdorfman / gist:2505372
Created Apr 27, 2012
Nginx vhosts RegEx
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# place this in a nginx vhosts && service nginx reload
location ~ ^/path/to/files/img.*\.jpg$ {
alias /usr/local/nginx/html/suspend.html;
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# transfer large files in half the time with lftp. SCP and Rsync can't touch this.
lftp -e 'pget -n4 s'
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Microsoft is a failed company? They have had products that failed (so has every other successful company). But with a $269 Billion market cap, I don't think they are failed company as of today... Maybe they are becoming irrelevant, it really depends on your perspective. Like it or not hey still have the seventh most visited site in the world (, the largest browser market share @ 27.95% (as of March 2012), and 85% of the OS market.
Don't get me wrong, the only thing I use from Microsoft is their optical mouses (I think they are the best IMO). But they are far from a failed company. Barnes and Noble on the other hand...
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