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For all of the jpgs in a directory, determine their size and if below a threshold remove them forcefully.
This will fetch a metascore from metacritic.com.
It requires a url from metacritic without the http://www.metacritic.com/
Would be cool to use this in some sort of a graph.
If you have a lot of hosts in /etc/hosts this would be very useful. Anyone have any more concise examples?
Grabs your external public IP.
simply change extension for others programming languages
Display the holidays in December and January for UK/England (2012/2013).
Most Linux distros have "gcal" in their package manager system.
If not, it is available here: http://www.gnu.org/software/gcal
if you have a capture file *.eth, and ajp protocol is in use on port 9009, you can paste the above command. You can change the fiile and port name
cut log from row 100 to row 150.
find the uptime and convert in minutes, works with AIX and Linux too
uuencode the file to appear as an attachment
Use bc for decimals...
Clock will appear in the top-right corner