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tcpdump from src to dst
then open with wireshark

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

This allows you to find a string on a set of files recursivly
The -r is for recursive, -F for fixed strings, --include='*.txt' identifies you want all txt files to be search any wildcard will apply, then the string you are looking for and the final * to ensure you go through all files and folders within the folder you execute it.

Rip audio from a video file.
Replace and accordingly.

list files recursively by size

Monitor Linux/MD RAID Rebuild

cat large file to clipboard with speed-o-meter
shortest alternative without the speed-o-meter"xclip large.xml" "xclip -o" to get the clipboard content, alternatively [shift key] + insert or middle button of your mouse.

extract audio from flv to mp3

Display the history and optionally grep
Place this in your .bash_profile and you can use it two different ways. If you issue 'h' on its own, then it acts like the history command. If you issue: $ h cd Then it will display all the history with the word 'cd'

Git diff last two commits
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