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Display email addresses that have been sent to by a postfix server since the last mail log rollover
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List every docker's name, IP and port mapping

Use lynx to run repeating website actions
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Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

convert single digit to double digits
from 1.ogg 2.ogg 3.ogg 10.ogg 11.ogg to 01.ogg 02.ogg 03.ogg 10.ogg 11.ogg

Display laptop battery information

Colorize make, gcc, and diff output
Colorize output of make, gcc/g++ or diff, making it easier to read at a glance. They are not distributed with make, diff or gcc, but are usually available in the repositories.

burn a isofile to cd or dvd
cdrecord must be installed. usefull alias: $alias burniso='cdrecord -v dev=/dev/cdrom' now iso burning is like. $burniso image.iso

List only executables installed by a debian package
Safe for whitespaces in names.

Broadcast your shell thru UDP on port 5000
Better solution in case of many clients, imo.


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