23 May 2009

My shell scripts at Google Code

I now use my new shell script bin-update.sh to update my home's bin directory from my Google Code subversion repository so it stays synchronized on every host I've a shell account.
I've restructured it to be more useful quickly.
The only 3 commands i've to run to create my home's bin directory on a new host are:
  • svn checkout \ http://bertux.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/bin/ ~
  • chmod +x ~/bin/bin-update.sh
  • bin-update.sh
The first script i use on a new synchronized host i manage is ssh-password-disable.sh because it disables automatically password authentication on the ssh service and reload its configuration.

Have a good day browsing opensource code!

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