Commands by atemvm (5)

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find out how many days since given date
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mirrors directory to a ftp server
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Limit the transfer rate and size of data over a pipe
This example will close the pipe after transferring 100MB at a speed of 3MB per second.

Generate a sequence of numbers.

check the status of 'dd' in progress (OS X)
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Labyrinth pattern
Generates labyrinth-like pattern on UTF-8 terminal in bash. For fun ;)

Adding specific CustomLog for each Virtual Domain of Apache

View an info page on a nice interface
Nice interface for an info page.

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

check open ports without netstat or lsof


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