Copy pasting clipboard to/from terminal Can be done either via xsel or xclip. Xclip is part of most modern installations, so you it may be there in your installation already. The common usages are:
You copied something in an X window (browser or editor etc), you want to paste the content to the terminal. Unfortunately the terminal doesn’t have access to the clipboard. But you can do this on the terminal using
SMS messages using USB Modem
This guide uses gnokii-sms to send and receive SMS messages using Linux PC. The project I was working on did not require industrial grade throughput. That is the reason I cannot justify the cost of WaveComm iTegra type equipment. The SMS project was ran on a Debian Linux. If you are using a different distro, use the packaging mechanism of your distro.
There were a couple of other solution approaches but I went for gnokii-sms.