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SSH Commands

For distributing software, we have a few choices:

For installed apps you work with data on your machine, and usually get speed/privacy advantage. Where as for web apps, you get access to data advantage (eg it has access to all your friends data), no need to have anything installed.

In browsers, web app is the answer for the later case.

What is equivalent for this in terminal?

We have one obvious answer: lynx/elinks (text based browsers). Curl/wget do not really cut it, as they are no flexible in either input or output side.

We have one other option: SSH.

ssh foo.com <optional some_command>

Can invoke the some_command, or give some default UI. It can launch a remote elinks/lynx, a VIM session, whatever. Things that are not installed on your machine.

It has access to remote data, remote database, etc.

Like browsers, ssh is installed everywhere, and doesn’t require any special privileges/installations.

Through SSH keys, it has builtin access to strong + seamless authentication mechanism.

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Recommendations

Books Have Read / Recommend

Product Management Books

Badass: Making Users Awesome

Movies

Five Cs of An Organisation

Success and failure of encryption

Open Source

Observer: Observability for Rust

Realm: Web Development Framework Using Rust and Elm

MartD: Server To Browser Messages

On Writing And Formats Of Written Communications

Rust Stuff

Rust feature flags

Why is diesel not compatible with async?

Making Postgres Only Diesel Code To Also Support Sqlite

Rust Git2’s Concepts

Git Hash And Build Date In Rust Build

Systray Only Native App In Rust

Software and Tools I Use Often

IPFS

DNS Over HTTPS Controversy

The Patel Motel Cartel

Standalone Complex

Awesome

January 2020

Word Of The Day

Monkey

Positions

ViM

Emacs

Nix On OSX Catalina

Postgres: WAL / Logical Decoding

Postgres: Listen-Notify

Wisdom

Rules

Go All The Way

SSH Commands

Lovelace

Sorry

Nu Shell

SHA256 vs SHA224

Pronouns Bad

Ghost

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