bash

The Linux Command Line

sudo kill `sudo lsof -t -i:8080`

clear port 8080

ln -s ../../mnt/d/Github ./Github

create soft symlink to d:/Github

ssh -t user@server.com '
FOLDERONE=staging; 
FOLDERTWO=portfolio; 
DATE=$(date +"%Y-%m-%d-%H:%M"); 
mkdir -p /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO/backups; 
mkdir /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO/backups/backup-$DATE; 
cd /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO/; 
mv $(ls /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO/ | grep -v '^backups$') /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO/backups/backup-$DATE;
'

ssh into server and move contents of /var/www/$FOLDERONE/$FOLDERTWO into a new folder inside backups

ssh -t user@domain.com 'cd /var/www/; ls; bash -l'

ssh into server and start a bash session

echo "$(cd "$(dirname "$1")" && pwd)/$(basename "$1")"

get absolute path to current dir