How to implement a CLI (Cmd Line Interface) from a windows PC to an application running on Linux over a secure connection protocol(Preferably SSH) ? what are the things that i have to consider.
People new to Linux tend to react to any reference of the Linux shell terminal with fright. But there is nothing scary about our beloved shell terminal, or what we most commonly call the command-line interface (CLI) or simple the command-line. It is a very powerful place to interact with Linux. Every operating system has its own “command-line,” including Windows.
I need to create an application which uses MySQL to store and extract data. This application needs to have a GUI interface and needs to use the .NET Framework, and this application also needs to have a command line interface which should be able to run on linux.
I'm looking for a library which I can use on the Windows side as well as on the Linux side.
Is it possible to remove unused registry entries in a Windows installation by using the CLI in Linux? For example, when one uninstalls a program, not everything is removed from the Windows registry. If it's possible, how can make it so that everything that is unused is removed?
Hi all, I wanted to post a link to this resource, as I believe it might be useful to those who desire to learn more about using the command line interface, especially those of us who need a guide that starts from square one, and provides easy to understand blocks you can start using right away. Even if you already know a bit about the command line, you will probably still find some things new.