Classic inconsistency from the “market leading” Cisco command line
Configuring devices from the command line is time-honoured tradition for network engineers. But for everyday operational tasks, the CLI is no longer fit for purpose.
The following command line will use the Text to Speech converter in *nix to say the word “pingtastic” every time a successful icmp response message is received using the ping command.
Recently I’ve been on a search for a ‘better’ font to use in terminals. In an unrelated coincidence, I learned about anti-aliasing, I still don’t understand it but it makes a difference.
Here is a set of packages for Sublime Text that do some really neat syntax checking and configuration acceleration. Great work from Richee!