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Find the package that installed a command

Find usb device
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Position the cursor under the current directory line
In case you're like me and like your commands to start on clean lines, especially when you're deep into a 10-level directory tree. This can be added to .bashrc.

Rename files in batch

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

A "Web 2.0" domain name generator and look for register availability
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Print github url for the current url
Works for repos cloned via ssh or https.

Check whether laptop is running on battery or cable
1 = on ac, 0 = on bat

get all Google ipv4/6 subnets for a iptables firewall for example (updated version)
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Disable sleep mode via cli and systemd (Centos, Debian Ubuntu?)
This causes computer to never power off or go into sleep mode. Disables sleep mode linux.


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