This is by far the best thing to use when you are running programs that take a while to complete. The danger is that you lose your SSH connection and your program along with it. Use the following to start...
grep -E "(string|string2)" *
Blat is the way forward. Blat is a small, efficent SMTP command line mailer for Windows. It is the SMTP *sending* part of an eMail User Agent (MUA) or eMail client. As such, Blat sends eMail via SMTP (or internet...
If you want to export AD info as CSV then csvde is the cmd for you, for example:
csvde -s clyde -f users.csv -r objectClass=user -l "givenName, sn, name, sAMAccountName"
Use the following program that comes with putty to copy files from *nix machine to a windows machine.
pscp -r -C [email protected]:/var/log/httpd/* c:\weblog\
-C Enables compression, which sounds like a good shout accross slow links.
Get hold of 2003 cdburn.exe from the Windows 2003 Support Tools.
cdburn.exe e: c:\path\iso_file.iso
Where e: is the CD writer.
dd is your man here. Replace /dev/disk for the disk you are interested in i.e. sda, sdb :
dd if=/dev/disk of=/path/backup
This will create a full backup of your partition i.e. /dev/sda1:
dd if=/dev/disk_partition of=/dev/backup...