SSHFS: Relative and absolute target path

I recently had to mount a system with sshfs and ended up with a error.
Aim was to mount the folder ‘backups’ in the home directory of the user ‘bob’.

The error seems confusing at first, but does say exactly what is wrong.
Solution would be using this target path:

As you can see, the first slash of ‘backups’ is gone. This is correct, because after the ‘:’, a absolute path can be given to sshfs for mounting. In my case, i wanted to work relative to the user home directory, so i simply hat do ommit the first slash.
Hope this helps someone.

Bash: Solve ‘Argument list too long’ with xargs

I recently got the error “Argument list too long” when trying to remove many files in a folder:

Simple solution:
If all the files do not contain whitespace or special chars, this will work:

Otherwise you you need a solution with special handling of filenames.

FFmpeg: Split mp4/xvid/avi/mkv Video file in parts

You can use this command to split any Video FFMpeg supports in parts: