Easier than you might think.
A oneliner with Perl does the trick:
The output you get should be placed in a file called htpasswd. The syntax is like so:
Ever wondered how you can password protect a folder and the underlying content with nginx the same way Apache does? Pretty simple.
First create a htpass-file like so:
Edit your site’s configuration file by adding the following lines of code inside the server-block:
And your folder should be password protected. :)
This is a oneliner to convert an avi-file to the correct dimensions of a Nokia E71. The screen is small, but sure beats to buy an iTouch if your cell already can play movies for you. :)
ffmpeg -y -i input.avi -acodec libfaac -ab 72k -s 320x176 -aspect 16:9 -vcodec libx264 -b 300k -qcomp 0.6 -r 25 -qmin 16 -qmax 51 -qdiff 4 -flags +loop -cmp +chroma -subq 7 -refs 6 -g 250 -keyint_min 25 -rc_eq 'blurCplx^(1-qComp)' -sc_threshold 40 -me_range 12 -i_qfactor 0.71 -directpred 3 output.mp4
First install the program called bchunk:
Now we convert .bin/.cue to .iso:
And there you go.
To be placed in your .bashrc-file:
Simple lines of code to clean invalid hosts from your .known_hosts-file.
Imagine that you for some reason end up having several files, such as a.movie.avi.001, a.movie.avi.002, and so on. How do you then join them up into one big avi file? The answer is actually pretty simple – cat and mencoder.
Do the following if you don’t have mencoder installed:
That’s pretty much it, but there’s one final step before it’s done.
And you’re done. :)