See All CRON Tasks On Your Server At Once

Howdy Folks,
Here’s another little tip I picked up on the internet that helped me out in a big way. If you ever find yourself in need of seeing a list of CRON tasks for every user on your linux server, you can run the code below:

for user in $(cut -f1 -d: /etc/passwd); do crontab -u $user -l; done

I find this especially helpful moving websites to completely new servers, as you never know what little helpers have been setup for seemingly innocuous tasks.

Love, peace, and cheese.
Mike

Code Snippets: Sudo Your Last Command [NSFW]

Hey Guys and Gals,
Here’s a little snippet I find handy whenever I’m working on the command line, forget to sudo, and feel like an idiot. Throw this badboy in your .bashrc (or .profile for you mac nerds):

# i'm an idiot
alias fuck='sudo $(history -p \!\!)'

And that’s it! Now when you forget to sudo with a complicated command, you can just type ‘fuck’ and throw in your password. Don’t forget to source your .bashrc once you’re done. I can’t take original credit for this, but it’s been I’ve used it for so long, I’m not sure where I originally came across it. If you happen to know, throw it in the comments below!

Later Skaters,
Mike