Just some travel computing information from this (unblocked) web site. However, the links should be useful to you for downloading from home:
The list of tools lets you work on PCs that you don’t have admin privilege to work on like those in hotel lobbies, or business centers especially when traveling. 😉
You CANNOT do this on your work PC. The PC won’t let you run execute-able files from USB sticks … why would you want to do anything useful with your work PC except read the news or email anyway?
There is even a document how to convert non-portable apps to portable apps:
Hope this helps
To send an invitation, use krfb at the prompt. Create an invitation and save the node name and password.
Type in kdrc at a shell prompt to connect to the invitation.
You will be asked to authenticate which the originator must do.
Then you will have to type in the password (which the originator noted down from krfb)
sed ‘x; G; /^\(.*\)\n\1$/ d; g; p; d’
Instead of this:
sed ‘$!N; /^\(.*\)\n\1$/!P; D’
The whole file does not have to be read into memory so you can do this on very large files.
$ read -r a b c d < $HOME/txt
$ printf “%s\n” “a=$a” “b=$b” “c=$c” “d=$d”
The order of redirection is important. Redirection is implemented at the stage at which it is executed.
./cmd 1>errors 2>&1
will record everything to errors.
.cmd 2>&1 1>errors
will send stderr to the terminal and stdout to the file errors.
Run the command below in an xterm:
awk ‘!x[$0]++’ filename > outfile