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Convert CSV to JSON
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Show simple disk IO table using snmp
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Quickly create simple text file from command line w/o using vi/emacs
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Shows the torrent file name along with the trackers url
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Copy a directory recursively without data/files

calulate established tcp connection of local machine
worked on ubuntu 9.04 and cygwin with MS netstat

Command for JOHN CONS
Would create a file with a meaningful title. Dedicated to John Cons, who is annoying us users. Merry Christmas!!!

Change prompt to MS-DOS one (joke)
This one eliminates the additional backslash at the end (which is not necessary)


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