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Find if $b is in $a in bash
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randomize hostname and mac address, force dhcp renew. (for anonymous networking)
this string of commands will release your dhcp address, change your mac address, generate a new random hostname and then get a new dhcp lease.

Get your outgoing IP address

Remove multiple same rpm packages
If somehow if you get more than 1 same name rpm package install, then it cannot be removed by using simple rpm -e as it gives you more than one rpm matches error. The --matches will help to remove all the same name rpm packages.

Restart openssh-server on your Synology NAS from commandline.
The correct way to restart openssh-server on your synology nas.

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Display the size of all your home's directories
Display the size (human reading) of all the directories in your home path (~).

Search and replace text in all php files with ruby
Search for the string "search" and replace it with the string "replace", on all files with the extension php in the curret folder. Do also a backup of each file with the extension "bkp".

Sniff ONLY POP3 authentication by intercepting the USER command
dsniff is general purpose password sniffer, it handles *lots* of different protocols, but it also handles tcp-style expressions for limiting analyzed traffic - so I can limit it to work on pop3 only.

Display all readline binding that use CTRL
Useful for getting to know the available keyboard shortcuts.


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