I spent this morning figuring out how to use PHIVE to securely distribute my #cli tool sshman (i.e. SSH manager). Use it to manage multiple SSH server connections via a text file in your $HOME directory.
I prefer sshman over trying to remember 20+ aliases I’d need to configure in
~/.ssh/config. In addition, sshman gives you the option of specifying a list of users to choose from when connecting to a particular server. You can check it out here: https://github.com/mwender/sshman
This looks handy: mycli is a command line interface for your DBs with nifty things like auto-completion and syntax highlighting.
This is a great reference for learning how to use the command line.
Fluency on the command line is a skill often neglected or considered arcane, but it improves your flexibility and productivity as an engineer in both obvious and subtle ways. This is a selection of notes and tips on using the command-line that I’ve found useful when working on Linux. Some tips are elementary, and some are fairly specific, sophisticated, or obscure. This page is not long, but if you can use and recall all the items here, you know a lot.
Nice command line tool for showing differences between files: icdiff: www.jefftk.com/icdiff