Linux: Show your IP-address

Show IP-Address

How to get your IP-address:

ifconfig "eth0"|grep ‘inet addr’|cut -d’ ‘ -f12|cut -c6-20

and if you want to use IP-address at your own scripts just use:

INTIP=`ifconfig eth0|grep ‘inet addr’|cut -d’ ‘ -f12|cut -c6-20` echo "$INTIP"

and now you have your IP-address on $INTIP enviroment and you can use that at your scripts.


Enabling/Disabling devices using command line on windows

I needed to disable smartcard reader on my client laptop because for some reason it had two smartcard readers and I only needed to use one so I had to disable that device on every laptop which I installed so I wanted to make it a bit easier for me.

First of all you need […]

Sony Ericsson GM29 on Linux

Using Sony Ericsson GM29 GPRS modem on Linux to send text messages.

I use this kind of code which I get from usenet but I have modified it for my own purpose:

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Watchport/T Temperature sensor on Linux

This script will get temperature from Watchport/T and Watchport/H sensors and write it to /var/log/watchport1.log file.

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