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List docker volumes by container

Count all files in directories recursively with find
Counts the files present in the different directories recursively. One only has to change maxdepth to have further insight in the directory hierarchy. Found at unix.stackexchange.com: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/4105/how-do-i-count-all-the-files-recursively-through-directories

Mount a disk image (dmg) file in Mac OSX
To unmount, replace "attach" with "eject"

Create subdirectory and move files into it
With this form you dont need to cut out target directory using grep/sed/etc.

Monitor all DNS queries made by Firefox Mac OS X version

Recursively lists all files in the current directory, except the ones in '.snapshot' directory
This can be useful for those who have mounted NetApp file-systems with snapshot activated.

List all authors of a particular git project
This should work even if the output format changes.

Find the package that installed a command

Umount only the NFS related to 'string'
Sometimes, you have a lot of NFS in the server and you can't or shouldn't use umount -a. Whis this command, you only umount the fs related to the 'string'

Display a wave pattern
Purely frivolous - print a sine/cosine curve to the console - the width varies as it progresses. Ctrl-C to halt.


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