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alias to close terminal with :q
Put this in your ~/.bashrc file (or the equivalent) If you use vim a lot, this alias will be immediately obvious. Your brain will thank you.

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Ctrl+S Ctrl+Q terminal output lock and unlock
These are simple shortcuts to pause and continue terminal output, works in most terminals and screen multiplexers like screen. You can use it to catch something if things change too fast, and scroll with Shift + PgUp PgDown. On linux console ScrollLock can also be used.

Run a command after the process you choose finishes
Run a command as soon as another long-running command finishes. E.g. suspend the machine after performing apt upgrade. The process is selected interactively via fzf.

Install a new kernel in Manjaro linux
00 is the number of the linux kernel e.g. linux39

See a full last history by expanding logrotated wtmp files
When your wtmp files are being logrotated, here's an easy way to unpack them all on the fly to see more than a week in the past. The rm is the primitive way to prevent symlink prediction attack.

convert wav files to flac
cd to the folder containing the wav files, then convert them all to flac. yeah baby! in ubuntu, to get the flac program just: sudo apt-get install flac flac file input formats are wav, aiff, raw, flac, oga and ogg

Extract your list of blocked images hosts from Firefox database
I use this to replicate my blocked images hosts list between work and home to keep my browsing ad-free.

Prints total line count contribution per user for an SVN repository
make usable on OSX with filenames containing spaces. note: will still break if filenames contain newlines... possible, but who does that?!

Suspend to ram
No need to be root to do that. Relies on UPower (previously known as DeviceKit-Power).


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