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Send data securly over the net.
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list block devices
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kill all foo process
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Port scan a range of hosts with Netcat.
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send a file or directory via ssh compressing with lzma for low trafic

Speed up the keyboard repeat rate in X server

Show changed files, ignoring permission, date and whitespace changes
Only shows files with actual changes to text (excluding whitespace). Useful if you've messed up permissions or transferred in files from windows or something like that, so that you can get a list of changed files, and clean up the rest.


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