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List the CPU model name
Information for only one core.

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Figure out what shell you're running
short, sweet, and works after sudoing a new shell.

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

Changing the terminal title to the last shell command
You can set the previous bash command as the terminal title by this command. Explanation: -trap assigns a command to execute at a given bash signal. -in the $BASH_COMMAND you find the last command -you can set the terminal title with the escape sequence: \e]0;this is the title\007 -to let the echo care about the backslashes give the -e to it Since trap is a built in bash command you find more informatin in 'man bash'for more Source: http://www.davidpashley.com/articles/xterm-titles-with-bash.html

Ping xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ip 100000 times with size 1024bytes

Get your mac to talk to you
Very entertaining when run on someone elses machine remotely ;)

Display formatted routes

ARP Scan
A much quicker and (not dirtier) option. use the man page for help. On linux/ubuntu you will need to `sudo apt-get -y install arp-scan`.

Get ElasticSearch configuration and version details
Replace localhost:9200 with your server location and port. This is the ElasticSearch's default setup for local instances.


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