rtorrent is a command line torrent client for Linux. https://github.com/rakshasa/rtorrent You can install rtorrent on CentOS/RHEL/Fedora with On Debian/Ubuntu Using rtorrent CTRL+S Start a torrent. CTRL+Q Quit rtorrent. CTRL+D Delete a torrent, you need to highlight it with arrow key
To disable Consistent Network Device naming in CoreOS, run Then reboot the server Now network interface will look like core@localhost ~ $ ip a 1: lo: mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1000 link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00
To change network name to eth0 like in old versions of linux, edit file Find Replace with Now run On reboot, your network name will be changed back to old eth0/eth1 format. CoreOS disable Consistent Network Device Naming
Google Chrome profile directory in Ubuntu /home/USER/.config/google-chrome Create a New profile To create a new profile, create a folder First time run For first run, use following command Starting Chrome For regular usage, start google chrome with See what profile
To install Node.js on CentOS 6, run following commands as user root Once installed, you have node and npm available. [root@s45-40-135-102 ~]# node –version v6.11.2 [root@s45-40-135-102 ~]# npm –version 3.10.10 [root@s45-40-135-102 ~]# Now you can install required node modules with
You may need to inspect an object to see what methods available in it. In python programming language, strings are considered as object. So lets check with simple string variable. The dir() function lists all methods available in the object.