Docker: docker-container

Launch the commands from the container folder

  • Install the machine docker-compose build
  • Start the services docker-compose up -d
  • Stop the services docker-compose stop
  • Stop and remove containers, networks, images, and volumes docker-compose down
  • See active containers docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                   COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                    NAMES
27378c53e98a        eedtest_app             "docker-php-entrypoi…"   5 minutes ago       Up 5 minutes        0.0.0.0:8899->80/tcp     eedtest_app_1
68dfd5c7abde        mysql                   "docker-entrypoint.s…"   5 minutes ago       Up 5 minutes        0.0.0.0:3306->3306/tcp   eedtest_db_1
b18824235e76        phpmyadmin/phpmyadmin   "/run.sh phpmyadmin"     5 minutes ago       Up 5 minutes        0.0.0.0:8080->80/tcp     eedtest_phpmyadmin_1

doing this you can understand the port to see the webserver.

Clone this repo if you need a LAMP webserver

Add a Python web server on the fly to our project

If you are on linux / OsX or inside a phyton environment you can start a web server on the fly inside your project simply recalling an alias from the terminal in your project folder.

You have to edit your bash profile and add the following line:

alias server='open http://localhost:8000 && python -m SimpleHTTPServer'

This feature is very useful when you are working in local host with a browser that disables the origin load by default (i.e. Chrome).

inserted the alias inside the .bash_profile, refresh with the following command:

$ source ~/.bash_profile

inside your project folder you just type $ server to open your web server.

Customise your terminal bash prompt

If you are using OSX this is wonderful because you can customise your command line by adding emoji icons to the bash prompt.

You can find icons inside your Edit menu: Edit -> Emoji & Symbols.

Emoji and Symbols
EDIT -> Emoji and Symbols

 

How to add custom icons to our bash?

So edit your .bash_profile with your favourite editor vim, nano for example, and add the line:

PS1=" "

Open Emoji & Symbol panel and drag and drop your favorite emoji inside quotation marks.

Grag Emoji
Drag emoji inside quotation marks

Depending on terminal settings, nothing may be visible after using drag & drop. Close and reopen you terminal and voilà:

terminal-hbYou can customise terminal bash with some others options:

\d Current date
\t Current time
\h Host name
\# Command number
\u User name
\W Current working directory (ie: Desktop/)
\w Current working directory with full path

This is my favourite customisation:

PS1="🌀  \[email protected]\h\W$ "

What’s yours?

sudoers grant

For grant sudoers to user in redhat, centos, oralce linux, edit the file /etc/sudoers and append
username ALL=(ALL) ALL
under
root ALL=(ALL) ALL

For example:

## Next comes the main part: which users can run what software on
## which machines (the sudoers file can be shared between multiple
## systems).
## Syntax:
##
##     user    MACHINE=COMMANDS
##
## The COMMANDS section may have other options added to it.
##
## Allow root to run any commands anywhere

root    ALL=(ALL)     ALL
oracle    ALL=(ALL)     ALL

less command

The navigation keys in less command are similar to Vim editor.

Forward Search

    / – search for a pattern which will take you to the next occurrence.
    n – for next match in forward
    N – for previous match in backward

Backward Search

    ? – search for a pattern which will take you to the previous occurrence.
    n – for next match in backward direction
    N – for previous match in forward direction

For viewing large log files

    CTRL+F – forward one window
    CTRL+B – backward one window
    CTRL+D – forward half window
    CTRL+U – backward half window
    j – navigate forward by one line
    k – navigate backward by one line
    G – go to the end of file
    g – go to the start of file
    q or ZZ – exit the less pager

Useful other command

    v – using the configured editor edit the current file.
    h – summary of less commands
    &pattern – display only the matching lines, not all.

File paging
You can open multiple files by passing the file names as arguments:

$ less file1 file2

virtualbox: mount shared esterno su linux

You have to specify the path and folder to share with the service name on virtualBox

for the mount you can use this command:

sudo mount -t vboxsf nome_servizio /shared_name

you need on your linux OS one folder (mkdir shared_name)

for example if the service name is “stage” and the folder name on the system is shared you can use this command:

sudo mount -t vboxsf stage /shared

for the unmount you can use:

sudo umount -t vboxsf stage /shared

tar.gz

#archive the file without compression.
tar file_name
Options:

(1) create tar cfv tar c=create, f=file (on the disk and not on the tape),v=verbose (show file list).

ex: tar cfv archive.tar *.txt create the file’s archive of all txt files in the same path.

ex: tar -cvf /destination_path/filename.tar /path to put in the tar file

(2) tvf to show the content of the archive: tar tfv archive.tar

(3) xfv archive file extraction: tar xfv archive.tar