Category Archives: Linux

How to show your passwords saved in Chrome.

It’s very easy , just open one google chrome tab and write this :
Now you can see one new window with your saved passwords …

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Rename multiple files by cutting first part , the end or in middle of name under Linux – part 001.

You can see the images I make with Screenshot application and is named like :

When you want to rename multiple files recursively is very good to know how is finally format name.

It’s tree way to deal with this issue.

First you can cut the first part , the end or in middle of name.

Let cut first part in the named files. In this example I will remove : Screenshot – 10272013 – .

The next command will cut first 24 letters from the name of files.

Let’s see the output of this command:

Now I will cut the last 4 letters from the names of the files:

… and output will be :

Now you don’t use in command this:

… because you dont have now the .png in your names of files.

When you want to rename file in middle of name the you need something new.

Using the sed command to solve this issue:

You can see I change somethig from :

in this :

“$(echo $my_file | sed ‘s/ AM/ PM/g’)”

This will change the second from args of mv command into you want.

In this case will replace ‘ AM’ with ‘ PM’…

Sed also can change the special characters… Let’s remove the colon : with nothing.

… and the result of this command:

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fasm about format ELF executable 3 – part 002 .

If you read fasm-about-format-elf-executable-3 tutorial then you will have some errors.
It’s just a simple example to show you how to deal with .inc files in your project.
You need to have and files to run fasm with proj.asm.
This tow files will come with date and functions for your project.
First the proj.asm file :

The next two .inc files  …first come with :

and the file come with :

And the result is:

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How to fix : Netflix is not available in your country yet.

You can watch instantly from any Internet-connected device that offers a Netflix.

But just if you are from US…


Also you can solve this under linux.

Open the /etc/resolv.conf file and add this:

Under Window OS is very easy : open Network Connections and find the Use the following DNS server addresses then change this: The primary (preferred) DNS server is and The secondary (alternate) DNS server is:

You can register and watch on Netflix.

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Using find comand with newermt yyyy-mm-dd argument.

The find command search for files in a directory hierarchy and this can helping your bash script.

Sometime you can find file modified after given date.

The format of the find is the same also the new argument is: newermt.

Let’s see one example:

The first part is the same like any search command.

… the next command come with

… this means search all files that have been modified after: 2013-10-14 (14 octomber 2013).

You can set the range of time with:

This will find the files between specific times …

Also the good way is to use something like :

or maybe modified after October 1 of the current year.

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