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Colored status of running services
Replace service --status-all 2>&1 by service --status-all 2>/dev/null to hide all services with the status [ ? ]

Yet Another Rename (bash function)
Implementation of `rename` for systems on which I don't have access to it.

invoke MATLAB functions from command line
`-r script.m` also possible

determine if tcp port is open
@putnamhill, no need if statement in that case. && is a AND and || is a OR

revert a file with svn

Get size of terminal
See the cols and lines and make sure the console it correctly configured for the screen size.

combine `mkdir foo && cd foo` into a single function `mcd foo`
I find that I create a directory and then cd into that directory quite often. I found this little function on the internets somewhere and thought I'd share it. Just copy-paste it into you ~/.bash_profile and then `source ~/.bash_profile`.

tail -f a log file over ssh into growl

Reducing image size
Adding the exclamation mark to the image geometry ignores the original aspect ratio. More info about image geometry: http://www.imagemagick.org/script/command-line-processing.php#geometry

A function to find the newest file in a directory


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