Is it possible to somehow use the xdg-open command to open my home page (google.com) without having to type the url. What i mean to say is, can i customize xdg-open http://www.google.com to ...
I put "load" in quotes because I'm not trying to open up a website via terminal. I have a PHP script on a web server that logs to a text file when it has been loaded. I'd like to set up a cron on a ...
I would like to be able to install stuff straight from apps.ubuntu.com, but the software center takes a long time to load up and install stuff. Is there a way to set "apt" URIs to open up in the ...
Suppose that we have a full URL of desired file e.g. http://domain.com/directory/4?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=file.tgz I would like to go without installing a new software. Is it ...
I am not able to ping http://ushou-appeng01/ufm/Firmware/packages in Kubuntu 10.04. This link is accessed in my ltib file. When I tried to ping this link from the bash shell, it gave me a "Host Not ...
How can I encode and decode percent-encoded (URL encoded) strings on the command line? I'm looking for a solution that can do this: $ percent-encode "ændrük" %C3%A6ndr%C3%BCk $ percent-decode ...
My question is pretty simple: Is there a command I can use in bash that will open a specific URL in the default browser?