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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"

seq (argc=2) for FreeBSD

Formatted list - WWNs of all LUNs
Use `scsi_id` to positively identify which LUNs are which (i.e. compare with the list of LUNs you created on your disk array) (shown: RHEL5 usage) Debian usage: $ # for i in /dev/sd* ; do wwn=`/lib/udev/scsi_id -g --device $i` ; [ "$wwn" != "" ] && echo -e ${i##*/}'\t'$wwn ;done

pretend to be busy in office to enjoy a cup of coffee
Not as taxing on the CPU.

Sorted list of established destination connections
no need grep. its redundant when awk is present.

Sort files by date
Show you the list of files of current directory sorted by date youngest to oldest, remove the 'r' if you want it in the otherway.

Show git branches by date - useful for showing active branches

Find the package that installed a command

Netcat ftp brute force

Just run it ;)
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