The 64-bit Google Chrome has been available for quite some time, on both stable and beta/dev/canary channels. If you’re using 64-bit operating system, then it’s good to have one, to harness the improvements of this 64-bit web browser on speed, stability and security.
This open source software, sshpass, only does one simple thing, i.e. tricks to SSH client to believe that the user is perform interactive password authentication.
How to automate SSH login using password, if the destination server (e.g. home router modem) doesn’t support public-key cryptography authentication method?
So, here is the guideline I used to build mailsend with statically-linked OpenSSL library.
Mailsend is an open-source, console-based SMTP client which is great for sending authenticated email (via Microsoft Exchange or Gmail, for example) at command-line interface (CLI), shell script, scheduler, etc.
There are plenty of free services in the Internet that can easily create ASCII art from text!
If you’re not new or basic knowledge in Linux, particular CentOS or RHEL, this instant Nagios guide can certainly help you start using the enterprise-class computer infrastructure monitoring solution in less than half business day.