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Run the last command as root
this command also can run the last command as root what's more, sudo !-2 can run the second last command as root , and so on

Search for files in rpm repositorys. (Mandriva linux)
Look for an rpm that supplies a specific file that you don't yet have installed. extremely useful when you need something and don't know where it is.. or what its called. note: uses grep like syntax.

Hypnosis
rather don't depend on those sleepin'pills http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counting_sheep

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Replace "space" char with "dot" char in current directory file names

ROT13 using the tr command

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Convert all files for iPhone with HandbrakeCLI

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

execute your commands and avoid history records
Sometimes you don't want to leave history, because of passwords use or somethink like. I think it help.


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