Mount ssh filesystems under Linux or how I mounted my webspace into my root server

Today I had to mount a ssh filesystem under Linux. The reason was, that I had the perception that I would be a very cool idea, to use my old webspace package from, that I only kept because of the 10 included domains, as a backup storage for my root server.The plan was to […]

Search query: list files containing a certain term

To get a list of files that contain a certain term for the current directory you can use this command to find the search query: $> grep -lr SEARCHTERM This shell command searches the current directory recursively (-r) and lists (-l) all files containing the search query SEARCHTERM. SEARCHTERM can also be a regular expression. Example result: […]

Convert linefeeds for all files in a folder (CRLF to LF)

If you are working in teams using different operating systems, it could happen, that you get files with unsuitable linefeeds in it. For me as a Linux user the bad guys are normally CRLF’s (Carriage Return and Line Feed @see To just convert the CRLF’s in a single file to LF you can use the […]

Flatten directory structure

Recently I brought a mp3 player that wasn’t able to shuffle the track through all folders. That’s why I had to bring all tracks to the root directory of the player (flatten directory structure). I did it with the following command, that flattens the whole structure by searching all files in the structure and copying […]