View open ports without netstat or other tool

Today I wanted to check which ports are open in a CentOS machine, but by default that server do not have netstat or other tool, so I find a workaround for this.

Listen YouTube in CLI / Terminal

 

Put this line in your “.zshrc” or “.bashrc”.

On the first run set mpv as default player.

You can search with:

Now you can listen to YouTube from terminal and you will consume less bandwidth as well.
youtube-in-terminal
youtube-in-terminal-1

Visualize the access log in real time with logstalgia

Install package logstalgia on your computer.

Pipe your logs from the server in logstalgia with –sync.

Note: s01 is your hostname defined in ~/.ssh/config
This is how it looks on one of my servers.
Screen Shot 2015-03-01 at 01.12.30
A video from YouTube.

How to get access to email admin account hosted on Google Apps?

I will just put this here because it’s hard to found in the Google.
You can do it if you still have access at DNS.
Simple: https://admin.google.com/DOMAIN.TLD/ForgotAdminAccountInfo

Download YouTube Playlist

Download YouTube as MP3 or MP4

Save all music from a playlist as mp4 and mp3 with High Quality

You can put your playlist as Unlisted for easy download.

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