Update your Twitter status from the Linux command line

By | August 7, 2009

You can easily update your Twitter status from the CLI by using this one simple command:

curl -u user:password -d status=”Your status message” http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml

where user is your username and password is your Twitter password entered in plaintext. Replace the text Your status message with anything you wish.

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  3. Ben Kevin

    I use TweetTwain, a new Twitter client for Linux, get it from http://www.tweettwain.com It supports multiple accounts and there are many features specific to business users. I never thought of using Twitter for my business, but TweetTwain features are helping me a lot to get more targeted followers thus more business.


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