This is just a quick note to save this useful bit of information. I may make in to a script one day or use it in something else. echo ''|openssl s_client -connect localhost:636 2>/dev/null | openssl x509 -noout -enddate | sed 's/^not.*\=//'
I quite often need to remove a single line from a file by its line number. The most common use case for me is the known_hosts file when I have reinstalled a system, I have in the past used vim and navigated to the line then removed it. This is all well and good but it gets to be a pain having to do it repeatedly, especially when you manage around 1000 servers and the get rebuilt frequently.