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bulk rename files with sed, one-liner
Renames all files in a directory named foo to bar. foobar1 gets renamed to barbar1 barfoo2 gets renamed to barbar2 fooobarfoo gets renamed to barobarfoo NOTE: Will break for files with spaces AND new lines AND for an empty expansion of the glob '*'

Search google.com on your terminal
I found this command on a different site and thought you guy might enjoy it. Just change "YOURSEARCH" to what ever you want to search. Example, "Linux Commands"

Get size of terminal

Checks apache's access_log file, strips the search queries and shoves them up your e-mail
as unixmonkey7109 pointed out, first awk parse replaces three steps.

Convert epoch date to human readable date format in a log file.

Delete all but latest file in a directory
Useful for deleting old unused log files.

See size of partitions as human readable
See size of partitions as human readable and get extra informations about hdd and partitions

Show a prettified list of nearby wireless APs

Prepare a commandlinefu command.
This command will format your alias or function to a single line, trimming duplicate white space and newlines and inserting delimiter semi-colons, so it continues to work on a single line.

slow down CPU and IO for process and its offsprings.


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