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Quickly remove the conflicting line (key) from current users known_hosts file when there is an SSH host conflict. Very nice when you get tired of writing out full commands. Ideally you would place this into your .bash_profile
Usage: rhost [n]
Example: rhost 33 (removes line 33 from ~/.ssh/known_hosts)
Function assumes the $HOME exists, you could alternatively use "~/.ssh/known_hosts"
Mac OSX likes a space for sed -i "$1" d
becuase im lazy and cant be bothered looking at the tv guide to choose a channel , any improvments or comments appreciated
uses just one sed
Automatically drops mount points that have non-numeric sizes (e.g. /proc). Tested in bash on Linux and AIX.
I use this with alias:
alias lsl="ls -1F | grep @$ | sed 's/@//' | column"
Limitation: This will also list files that happen to have an @ at the end of the filename.
I use this with alias:
alias lsl="ls -1F | grep @ | sed 's/@//' | column"
find the uptime and convert in minutes, works with AIX and Linux too
Recursively list all files in the current directory & get their md5sum, even if the filename has bad characters.
dumpfile is a CSV file, which its 1st field is a phone number in format CC+10 digits
Empty lines are deleted, before the output in format "prefix,ocurrences"
grep по ps aux
show directory three
Deprecated due to a change in the site design: see alternatives.
I was using some twitter bots and twitter bloks my IP. Now im using some proxys and i use these command to validate the tweet was published.
Translate strings from non-german to german (and vice versa) using LEO. Put it in your ~/.bashrc.
To use another language other than english, use an option:
leo -xx words
Valid language options:
ch - chinese
en - english
es - spanish
fr - french
it - italian
pl - polish
pt - portuguese
ru - russian
The other language will always be german!
This command will help you to get Ip address origin of city and country.
I will be happy if someone can shrink the sed command
I used this to get all the remote connection ip addresses connected to my server... I had to start storing and tracking this data so thats why i built this out... probably not optimal as far as the egrep regex but it works ;)
Counts of messages by recipient, with frozen messages excluded.
This is a slightly modified version of http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/4283/recursive-search-and-replace-old-with-new-string-inside-files (which did not work due to incorrect syntax) with the added option to sed inside only files named filename.ext
Replace $USER with the username of the Reddit user in question. To get comment karma instead run...
curl -s http://www.reddit.com/user/$USER/about.json | tr "," "\n" | grep "comment_karma" | tr ": " "\n" | grep -E "[0-9]+" | sed s/"^"/"Comment Karma: "/