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Remind yourself to leave in 15 minutes
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Measures download speed on eth0

Parse YouTube url (get youtube video id)
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Kill any process with one command using program name
Somtime one wants to kill process not by name of executable, but by a parameter name. In such cases killall is not suitable method.


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