And now change our quote soup to a subshell so we can express what is actually going on with the JSON much clearer. Credit ~qbit.
The TTL value is a constant, not a variable, it doesn't need the string escaping. Credit ~jrick.
A collection of tools, scripts, and utilities either written or ported to OpenBSD using as few dependencies as possible. These scripts are intended for use on systems that may not have many packages installed, such as routers.
uname -a | pastebin pastebin < errors.log
Dyn_gandi are scripts to update Gandi DNS with your current egress IP. The perl version requires
p5-Net-SSLeay from packages while the shell version makes use of
nc(1) in base.
echo -n "my_secret_api_key" > /root/.gandi.key dyn_gandi.pl domain subdomain dyn_gandi.sh domain subdomain
Json_pp is just a wrapper around
tr(1) to make JSON a little more human-readable (pretty print). It may also be able to stand in where you might otherwise use
jq in a script to have an easier time grepping fields out of a run-on JSON blob.
ftp -o - https://json.example.com/ | json_pp