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Search commandlinefu.com and display with VIMs syntax highlighting!
Multi-argument version, but with VIM loveliness :D

Rename files in batch

pulsed terminal clock
hypnotizing pendulum

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

List files with quotes around each filename

Prefix every line with a timestamp
Useful to add a timestamp to every line printed to stdout. You can use `-Ins` instead of `-Iseconds` if you want more precision.

Displaying system temperature
Displaying system temperature your system . shellcode version @ http://inj3ct0r.com/exploits/12554

Show all the available information about your current distribution, package management and base
Just run this command and it will printout all the info available about your current distribution and package management system.

Add prefix onto filenames
Best to try first with -n flag, to preview

summarize a list of IP addresses, verifying IP address and giving counts for each IP found
Working with lists of IP addresses it is sometimes useful to summarize a count of how many times an IP address appears in the file. This example, summarizeIP, uses another function "verifyIP" previously defined in commandlinefu.com to ensure only valid IP addresses get counted. The summary list is presented in count order starting with highest count.


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