Commands by ClashTheBunny (4)

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List your largest installed packages (on Debian/Ubuntu)

Convert files from DOS line endings to UNIX line endings
This method will also convert mac line endings.

Remove security limitations from PDF documents using ghostscript (for Windows)
#4345 also works under windows

list files recursively by size

lists files and folders in a folder
lists files and folders in a folder with summary.

type partial command, kill this command, check something you forgot, yank the command, resume typing.
Example : $ vim /etc/fstab ## damn $ $ sudo ## like a boss. Example 2 : $ sudo vim /root/bin/ ##uh... autocomplete doesn't work... $ $ sudo ls /root/bin ##ah! that's the name of the file! $ sudo vim /root/bin/ ##resume here! Thanks readline!

Quick HTML image gallery from folder contents with Perl
This includes a title attribute so you can see the file name by hovering over an image. Also will hoover up any image format - jpg, gif and png.

Grep syslog today last hour
Uses date to grep de logfile for today and uses it to get the last hour logs. Can be used to get last minute logs or today's logs.

Speed up launch of firefox
Compress information DBs of firefox to speed up the launch of browser.

convert a mp4 video file to mp3 audio file (multiple files)


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