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Cut/Copy everything arround brackets or parentheses on vim (in normal mode)
Put the cursor on either curly braces ( {, } ). Then press d% The d is delete command, and % is movement command that move the cursor to another matching parentheses (or curly braces in this case). This action will delete every character that was on the way of the movement (from the first curly braces to the second).

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

replace a character/word/string in a file using vim
Replace all ocurrences in the file. The g option is to replace more than one occurrence in the same line. Whitout the g option, it only replace the first occurrence in the line.

Stat each file in a directory
This will run stat on each file in the directory.

modify a file in place with perl
changes THIS to THAT in all files matching fileglob* without using secondary files

unpack all rars in current folder

Search some text from all files inside a directory

another tweet function
This version of tweet() doesn't require you to put quotes around the body of your tweet... it also prompts you for password. It will still barf on a '!' character.

display ip address
add this alias in .bashrc to fast check the ip address of your modem router alias myip="curl -s http://myip.dk | grep '' | sed -e 's/]*>//g'"

Mount a Windows share on the local network (Ubuntu) with user rights and use a specific samba user


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