I recently scanned some letters and wanted to send them via email. However, the filesize was not what I like it to be to send it via mail. I was searching for a command line tool and then came across this page (from Alfred Klomp): Shrinkpdf - just make yourself a nice bash script using ghostscript. Continue reading
If typo3 is telling you in the backend that there are no thumbs generated, you should probably install ImageMagick (as root:
apt-get install imagemagick ) or check what is maybe wrong with it.
In the terminal type:
>proxy open example.com
>proxy cd folder_containing_files
>proxy mput file
and the file will be transferred to example.org (the server you first connected to)
== Method 1 ==
Boot into grub, select single user but do not press enter.
Press e to bring you into edit mode.
Scroll down to the kernel line, it starts with "linux /boot/vmlinuz-2.6......."
Scroll to the end of that line and press space key once and type
Press Crtl x to boot
$ remount / as rw
$ mount -rw -o remount /
In case you are required to change the root password of your debian squeeze just have a look at this page http://derwynd.com/2011/04/14/debian-squeeze-change-root-password/. However “$ remount / as rw” is not a command to be typed in at the terminal, it is just a comment
An interesting project can be found here: http://about.travis-ci.org/. traviz-ci.org is a hosted continuous integration service for the open source community. You can use it with your open source software project. Cool idea, cool project!