jpegoptim Flags


jpegoptim -help
jpegoptim v1.4.4 Copyright (c) 1996-2016, Timo Kokkonen
Usage: jpegoptim [options]

-d, --dest= specify alternative destination directory for
optimized files (default is to overwrite originals)
-f, --force force optimization
-h, --help display this help and exit
-m, --max=
set maximum image quality factor (disables lossless
optimization mode, which is by default on)
Valid quality values: 0 - 100
-n, --noaction don't really optimize files, just print results
-S, --size=
Try to optimize file to given size (disables lossless
optimization mode). Target size is specified either in
kilo bytes (1 - n) or as percentage (1% - 99%)
-T, --threshold= keep old file if the gain is below a threshold (%)
-b, --csv print progress info in CSV format
-o, --overwrite overwrite target file even if it exists (meaningful
only when used with -d, --dest option)
-p, --preserve preserve file timestamps
-P, --preserve-perms
preserve original file permissions by overwriting it
-q, --quiet quiet mode
-t, --totals print totals after processing all files
-v, --verbose enable verbose mode (positively chatty)
-V, --version print program version

-s, --strip-all strip all markers from output file
--strip-none do not strip any markers
--strip-com strip Comment markers from output file
--strip-exif strip Exif markers from output file
--strip-iptc strip IPTC/Photoshop (APP13) markers from output file
--strip-icc strip ICC profile markers from output file
--strip-xmp strip XMP markers markers from output file

--all-normal force all output files to be non-progressive
--all-progressive force all output files to be progressive
--stdout send output to standard output (instead of a file)
--stdin read input from standard input (instead of a file)

Program Documentation

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ulimit flags, commands, and help


help ulimit
ulimit: ulimit [-SHacdefilmnpqrstuvx] [limit]
Modify shell resource limits.

Provides control over the resources available to the shell and processes
it creates, on systems that allow such control.

Options:
-S use the `soft' resource limit
-H use the `hard' resource limit
-a all current limits are reported
-b the socket buffer size
-c the maximum size of core files created
-d the maximum size of a process's data segment
-e the maximum scheduling priority (`nice')
-f the maximum size of files written by the shell and its children
-i the maximum number of pending signals
-l the maximum size a process may lock into memory
-m the maximum resident set size
-n the maximum number of open file descriptors
-p the pipe buffer size
-q the maximum number of bytes in POSIX message queues
-r the maximum real-time scheduling priority
-s the maximum stack size
-t the maximum amount of cpu time in seconds
-u the maximum number of user processes
-v the size of virtual memory
-x the maximum number of file locks

If LIMIT is given, it is the new value of the specified resource; the
special LIMIT values `soft', `hard', and `unlimited' stand for the
current soft limit, the current hard limit, and no limit, respectively.
Otherwise, the current value of the specified resource is printed. If
no option is given, then -f is assumed.

Values are in 1024-byte increments, except for -t, which is in seconds,
-p, which is in increments of 512 bytes, and -u, which is an unscaled
number of processes.

Exit Status:
Returns success unless an invalid option is supplied or an error occurs.

netstat usage and flags

netstat -help
netstat: illegal option -- h
Usage: netstat [-AaLlnW] [-f address_family | -p protocol]
netstat [-gilns] [-f address_family]
netstat -i | -I interface [-w wait] [-abdgRtS]
netstat -s [-s] [-f address_family | -p protocol] [-w wait]
netstat -i | -I interface -s [-f address_family | -p protocol]
netstat -m [-m]
netstat -r [-Aaln] [-f address_family]
netstat -rs [-s]

gzip flags

gzip -help
Apple gzip 264.50.1
usage: gzip [-123456789acdfhklLNnqrtVv] [-S .suffix] [ [ ...]]
-1 --fast fastest (worst) compression
-2 .. -8 set compression level
-9 --best best (slowest) compression
-c --stdout write to stdout, keep original files
--to-stdout
-d --decompress uncompress files
--uncompress
-f --force force overwriting & compress links
-h --help display this help
-k --keep don't delete input files during operation
-l --list list compressed file contents
-N --name save or restore original file name and time stamp
-n --no-name don't save original file name or time stamp
-q --quiet output no warnings
-r --recursive recursively compress files in directories
-S .suf use suffix .suf instead of .gz
--suffix .suf
-t --test test compressed file
-V --version display program version
-v --verbose print extra statistics

wget Help – commands, usage, flags, examples

GNU Wget 1.15, a non-interactive network retriever.
Usage: wget [OPTION]... [URL]...

Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.

Startup:
-V, --version display the version of Wget and exit.
-h, --help print this help.
-b, --background go to background after startup.
-e, --execute=COMMAND execute a `.wgetrc'-style command.

Logging and input file:
-o, --output-file=FILE log messages to FILE.
-a, --append-output=FILE append messages to FILE.
-d, --debug print lots of debugging information.
-q, --quiet quiet (no output).
-v, --verbose be verbose (this is the default).
-nv, --no-verbose turn off verboseness, without being quiet.
--report-speed=TYPE Output bandwidth as TYPE. TYPE can be bits.
-i, --input-file=FILE download URLs found in local or external FILE.
-F, --force-html treat input file as HTML.
-B, --base=URL resolves HTML input-file links (-i -F)
relative to URL.
--config=FILE Specify config file to use.

Download:
-t, --tries=NUMBER set number of retries to NUMBER (0 unlimits).
--retry-connrefused retry even if connection is refused.
-O, --output-document=FILE write documents to FILE.
-nc, --no-clobber skip downloads that would download to
existing files (overwriting them).
-c, --continue resume getting a partially-downloaded file.
--progress=TYPE select progress gauge type.
-N, --timestamping don't re-retrieve files unless newer than
local.
--no-use-server-timestamps don't set the local file's timestamp by
the one on the server.
-S, --server-response print server response.
--spider don't download anything.
-T, --timeout=SECONDS set all timeout values to SECONDS.
--dns-timeout=SECS set the DNS lookup timeout to SECS.
--connect-timeout=SECS set the connect timeout to SECS.
--read-timeout=SECS set the read timeout to SECS.
-w, --wait=SECONDS wait SECONDS between retrievals.
--waitretry=SECONDS wait 1..SECONDS between retries of a retrieval.
--random-wait wait from 0.5*WAIT...1.5*WAIT secs between retrievals.
--no-proxy explicitly turn off proxy.
-Q, --quota=NUMBER set retrieval quota to NUMBER.
--bind-address=ADDRESS bind to ADDRESS (hostname or IP) on local host.
--limit-rate=RATE limit download rate to RATE.
--no-dns-cache disable caching DNS lookups.
--restrict-file-names=OS restrict chars in file names to ones OS allows.
--ignore-case ignore case when matching files/directories.
-4, --inet4-only connect only to IPv4 addresses.
-6, --inet6-only connect only to IPv6 addresses.
--prefer-family=FAMILY connect first to addresses of specified family,
one of IPv6, IPv4, or none.
--user=USER set both ftp and http user to USER.
--password=PASS set both ftp and http password to PASS.
--ask-password prompt for passwords.
--no-iri turn off IRI support.
--local-encoding=ENC use ENC as the local encoding for IRIs.
--remote-encoding=ENC use ENC as the default remote encoding.
--unlink remove file before clobber.

Directories:
-nd, --no-directories don't create directories.
-x, --force-directories force creation of directories.
-nH, --no-host-directories don't create host directories.
--protocol-directories use protocol name in directories.
-P, --directory-prefix=PREFIX save files to PREFIX/...
--cut-dirs=NUMBER ignore NUMBER remote directory components.

HTTP options:
--http-user=USER set http user to USER.
--http-password=PASS set http password to PASS.
--no-cache disallow server-cached data.
--default-page=NAME Change the default page name (normally
this is `index.html'.).
-E, --adjust-extension save HTML/CSS documents with proper extensions.
--ignore-length ignore `Content-Length' header field.
--header=STRING insert STRING among the headers.
--max-redirect maximum redirections allowed per page.
--proxy-user=USER set USER as proxy username.
--proxy-password=PASS set PASS as proxy password.
--referer=URL include `Referer: URL' header in HTTP request.
--save-headers save the HTTP headers to file.
-U, --user-agent=AGENT identify as AGENT instead of Wget/VERSION.
--no-http-keep-alive disable HTTP keep-alive (persistent connections).
--no-cookies don't use cookies.
--load-cookies=FILE load cookies from FILE before session.
--save-cookies=FILE save cookies to FILE after session.
--keep-session-cookies load and save session (non-permanent) cookies.
--post-data=STRING use the POST method; send STRING as the data.
--post-file=FILE use the POST method; send contents of FILE.
--method=HTTPMethod use method "HTTPMethod" in the header.
--body-data=STRING Send STRING as data. --method MUST be set.
--body-file=FILE Send contents of FILE. --method MUST be set.
--content-disposition honor the Content-Disposition header when
choosing local file names (EXPERIMENTAL).
--content-on-error output the received content on server errors.
--auth-no-challenge send Basic HTTP authentication information
without first waiting for the server's
challenge.

HTTPS (SSL/TLS) options:
--secure-protocol=PR choose secure protocol, one of auto, SSLv2,
SSLv3, TLSv1 and PFS.
--https-only only follow secure HTTPS links
--no-check-certificate don't validate the server's certificate.
--certificate=FILE client certificate file.
--certificate-type=TYPE client certificate type, PEM or DER.
--private-key=FILE private key file.
--private-key-type=TYPE private key type, PEM or DER.
--ca-certificate=FILE file with the bundle of CA's.
--ca-directory=DIR directory where hash list of CA's is stored.
--random-file=FILE file with random data for seeding the SSL PRNG.
--egd-file=FILE file naming the EGD socket with random data.

FTP options:
--ftp-user=USER set ftp user to USER.
--ftp-password=PASS set ftp password to PASS.
--no-remove-listing don't remove `.listing' files.
--no-glob turn off FTP file name globbing.
--no-passive-ftp disable the "passive" transfer mode.
--preserve-permissions preserve remote file permissions.
--retr-symlinks when recursing, get linked-to files (not dir).

WARC options:
--warc-file=FILENAME save request/response data to a .warc.gz file.
--warc-header=STRING insert STRING into the warcinfo record.
--warc-max-size=NUMBER set maximum size of WARC files to NUMBER.
--warc-cdx write CDX index files.
--warc-dedup=FILENAME do not store records listed in this CDX file.
--no-warc-compression do not compress WARC files with GZIP.
--no-warc-digests do not calculate SHA1 digests.
--no-warc-keep-log do not store the log file in a WARC record.
--warc-tempdir=DIRECTORY location for temporary files created by the
WARC writer.

Recursive download:
-r, --recursive specify recursive download.
-l, --level=NUMBER maximum recursion depth (inf or 0 for infinite).
--delete-after delete files locally after downloading them.
-k, --convert-links make links in downloaded HTML or CSS point to
local files.
--backups=N before writing file X, rotate up to N backup files.
-K, --backup-converted before converting file X, back up as X.orig.
-m, --mirror shortcut for -N -r -l inf --no-remove-listing.
-p, --page-requisites get all images, etc. needed to display HTML page.
--strict-comments turn on strict (SGML) handling of HTML comments.

Recursive accept/reject:
-A, --accept=LIST comma-separated list of accepted extensions.
-R, --reject=LIST comma-separated list of rejected extensions.
--accept-regex=REGEX regex matching accepted URLs.
--reject-regex=REGEX regex matching rejected URLs.
--regex-type=TYPE regex type (posix).
-D, --domains=LIST comma-separated list of accepted domains.
--exclude-domains=LIST comma-separated list of rejected domains.
--follow-ftp follow FTP links from HTML documents.
--follow-tags=LIST comma-separated list of followed HTML tags.
--ignore-tags=LIST comma-separated list of ignored HTML tags.
-H, --span-hosts go to foreign hosts when recursive.
-L, --relative follow relative links only.
-I, --include-directories=LIST list of allowed directories.
--trust-server-names use the name specified by the redirection
url last component.
-X, --exclude-directories=LIST list of excluded directories.
-np, --no-parent don't ascend to the parent directory.

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VIM (Vi IMproved) – Usage, Flags, Command Examples

vim Usage

Edit a file: vim test.txt

vim -help


VIM - Vi IMproved 7.4 (2013 Aug 10, compiled Apr 4 2017 18:14:54)

usage: vim [arguments] [file ..] edit specified file(s)
or: vim [arguments] - read text from stdin
or: vim [arguments] -t tag edit file where tag is defined
or: vim [arguments] -q [errorfile] edit file with first error

Arguments:
-- Only file names after this
-v Vi mode (like "vi")
-e Ex mode (like "ex")
-E Improved Ex mode
-s Silent (batch) mode (only for "ex")
-d Diff mode (like "vimdiff")
-y Easy mode (like "evim", modeless)
-R Readonly mode (like "view")
-Z Restricted mode (like "rvim")
-m Modifications (writing files) not allowed
-M Modifications in text not allowed
-b Binary mode
-l Lisp mode
-C Compatible with Vi: 'compatible'
-N Not fully Vi compatible: 'nocompatible'
-V[N][fname] Be verbose [level N] [log messages to fname]
-D Debugging mode
-n No swap file, use memory only
-r List swap files and exit
-r (with file name) Recover crashed session
-L Same as -r
-T Set terminal type to
-u Use instead of any .vimrc
--noplugin Don't load plugin scripts
-p[N] Open N tab pages (default: one for each file)
-o[N] Open N windows (default: one for each file)
-O[N] Like -o but split vertically
+ Start at end of file
+ Start at line
--cmd Execute before loading any vimrc file
-c Execute after loading the first file
-S Source file after loading the first file
-s Read Normal mode commands from file
-w Append all typed commands to file
-W
Write all typed commands to file
-x Edit encrypted files
--startuptime Write startup timing messages to
-i Use instead of .viminfo
-h or --help Print Help (this message) and exit
--version Print version information and exit

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