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Burn a directory of mp3s to an audio cd.
This uses mpg123 to convert the files to wav before burning, but you can use mplayer or mencoder or ffmpeg or lame with the --decode option, or whatever you like.

Search and replace in multiple files recursively
Replace "foo" with "bar" in all files in current directory recursively

Extract shortcuts and hostnames from .ssh/config
Spits out table that shows your Host->HostName aliases in ~/.ssh/config

Finding the number of cpu's

Convert number of bytes to human readable filesize
Converts a number of bytes provided as input, to a human readable number.

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Command line calculator
This function defines a command line calculator that handles everything pythons math module can handle, e.g. trigonometric functions, sqrt, log, erf, ... (see http://docs.python.org/library/math.html). It even knows about the constants pi and e.

Encode text in Base64 using Perl
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Detect illegal access to kernel space, potentially useful for Meltdown detection
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