Using ftp to download multiple files using ‘mget’ command is pretty common, however it downloads files from current directory only. But if you need to download recursive directories with all its content then? And specially when you don’t have shell access to the remote machine and you don’t have access to archive the targeted folder? … Continue reading Download recursive directories with wget using Username & Password for FTP
Want to see information about your git repository? Based on a discussion here Duane Johnson wrote a very useful bash script. I am using this script from months and would like to share with you. You can download this script here(). You can also add an alias like below, so that I can be a … Continue reading Displaying information about your git repository
Three-Four days ago I was in a situation where I need to have multiple versions of ruby and rubygems on my ubuntu machine. I was lucky, I found an awesome article http://blog.michaelgreenly.com/2008/08/multiple-versions-of-ruby-on-ubuntu-2.html. This really solved my problem, Many thanks to Michael Greenly.