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The command cechks if we are connected to a X11 console, if the $TERM var noct yet contains a "screen" derivat, and only then attachs to tmux.
You could add a test for interactive shell [[ $- == *i* ]] but your .bashrc has that already, I bet.
#ugly, I know
Calc the rough time from Twitter. Now with leading Zeroes.
This combines @zurvollenstunde's hourly tweets and the "n minutes ago" from Twitter search.
This command deletes all but the first occurrence of a duplicate file in one or more folders.
One cannot call the high quality livestream directly, but command this gives you a session ID and the high quality stream. #egypt #jan25
The above url contains over 6700 of the common ad websites. The command just pastes these into your /etc/hosts.