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Recursively touch all files and subdirectories

print offsets of file disk for losetup/loop-mount
If you want to mount partitions of an disk image, you need the offsets and sizes of the partitions. This command prints them in the format that losetup understands.

Execute most recent command containing search string.
Execute the most recent command containing search string. This differs from !string as that only refers to the most recent command starting with search string.

convert chinese character into wubi86 input code
This CLI requiere the uniconv package that is provided with the yudit unicode editor . The wubi86 is a way to type chinese far quicker than pinyin . More infor on wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wubizixing , http://www.yale.edu/chinesemac/wubi/xing.html

Kill multiple instances of a running process

Simple example of the trap command

Add a progress counter to loop (see sample output)
For this hack you need following function: $ finit() { count=$#; current=1; for i in "$@" ; do echo $current $count; echo $i; current=$((current + 1)); done; } and alias: $ alias fnext='read cur total && echo -n "[$cur/$total] " && read' Inspired by CMake progress counters.

remove comments (even those starting with spaces), empty lines (even those containing spaces) in one grep command
useful for discarding even those comments which start with blanks or those empty lines which contain blanks

Matrix Style
Solves "tr" issues with non C-locales under BSD-like systems (like OS X)

Backup all MySQL Databases to individual files
Backs up all databases, excluding test, mysql, performance_schema, information_schema. Requires parallel to work, install parallel on Ubuntu by running: sudo aptitude install parallel


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