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Serve current directory tree at http://$HOSTNAME:8080/

check open ports without netstat or lsof

SSH Auto-login with password
You need to install "sshpass" for this to work. apt-get install sshpass

Installing debian on fedora (chrooted)

Find files and calculate size of result in shell
Use find's internal stat to get the file size then let the shell add up the numbers.

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

Search and play MP3 from Skreemr
This use the Screemr search engine to play mp3 songs

Runs previous command replacing foo by bar every time that foo appears
Very useful for rerunning a long command changing some arguments globally. As opposed to ^foo^bar, which only replaces the first occurrence of foo, this one changes every occurrence.

Unencrypted voicechat
Sends the microphone input from PC1 to the speakers of PC2. Do the same in reverse to have an actual conversation ;) ... maybe with another port tough

Find broken symlinks and delete them


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