You can easily generate QR Code under Ubuntu using the command line ‘qrencode’ package. In Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal, you can install qrencode using this command:
apt-get install qrencode
To generate QR Code image, you only need to run this command:
qrencode -l L -v 1 -o qrcode-test.png "Hello, World!"
QR Code is a form of 2 dimensional barcode which can store arbitary text data including URL, email or plain text. For more information, please refer to the QR Code Wikipedia Entry
Here’s an easy way to encrypt your file using OpenSSL. The general syntax is:
openssl enc (cipher) -e -in (input file) -out (output file)
so to encrypt a “plaintext.txt” file, using aes256, you only need to run this command:
openssl enc aes256 -e -in plaintext.txt -out encrypted.txt
Similarly, to decrypt the file, you can run the command:
openssl enc aes256 -d -in encrypted.txt -out decrypted.txt
A nice twitter client for those who are working in CLI environment.
A Windows alternative is also available at : Twitter Windows Command Line Client.
Alternatively you can try a cURL hack to post your update to twitter from command line.
btw my twitter id is ‘mypapit’. Happy twittering.