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check open ports
Tested in Linux and OSX

Show log message including which files changed for a given commit in git.

Produce a pseudo random password with given length in base 64
Don't copy trailing '=' or use head -c to limit to desired length.

Processes by CPU usage

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

List the most recent dates in reverse-chronological order
bash brace expansion, sequence expression

How to pull out lines between two patterns
This command will display all lines between 2 patterns: word-a and word-b useful for grepping command outputs from file

find out how many days since given date
You can also do this for seconds, minutes, hours, etc... Can't use dates before the epoch, though.

Extract audio track from a video file using mencoder
Extracts an MP3 encoded audio stream from an input video file.

Download and extract a *tar.gz file with curl.


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