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Everyone wants to take spaces out of filenames. Forget that. I want to put them back in. We've got tools and filesystems that support spaces, they look better, so I'm going to use them.
Because of how find works I find I need to run this multiple times, if it's renaming subdirs. But it can be re-run without issues.
I got this version of the command from a comment in this underscore-generating command. http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/760/find-recursively-from-current-directory-down-files-and-directories-whose-names-contain-single-or-multiple-whitespaces-and-replace-each-such-occurrence-with-a-single-underscore. All I did was change the regex.
Same as the other rtfm's, but using the more correct xdg-open instead of $BROWSER.
I can't find a way to open info only if the term exists, so it stays out of my version.
There is no longer a need to add PGP keys for Ubuntu Launchpad PPA's.
The add-apt-repository command creates a new file for the PPA in /etc/sources.list.d/ then adds the PPA's keys to the apt keyring automatically. No muss, no fuss.