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Open Remote Desktop (RDP) from command line having a custom screen size
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Check for Firewall Blockage.
This is just one method of checking to see if an IP is blocked via IP tables or CSF. Simple and to the point. Replace xx.xx.xx.xx with the IP you wish to check.

What is the use of this switch ?
Find the usage of a switch with out searching through the entire man page. Usage: manswitch [cmd] [switch] Eg: $manswitch grep silent ____________________________ In simple words $man | grep "\-" Eg: $man grep | grep "\-o" This is not a standard method but works.

list only directories in reverse order
list only directories in reverse order

convert ascii string to hex

ascii digital clock
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Send a local file via email
if "mail -a" fail, try "mutt -a" or "nail -a"

calculate the total size of files in specified directory (in Megabytes)

Nicely display permissions in octal format with filename
Nicely display permissions in octal format and filename for a given directory

Customer Friendly free
makes more sense to customers XD


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