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list files recursively by size

Count number of bytes that are different between 2 binary files

recursive reset file/dir perms
Good for fixing web permissions. You might also want to do something like this and skip files or directories that begin with a period: $ find public_html/stuff -not -name ".*" \( -type d -exec chmod 755 {} + -o -type f -exec chmod 644 {} + \) ...or include a special case for scripts: $ find public_html/stuff -type d -exec chmod 755 {} + -or -type f -name "*.pl" -exec chmod 755 {} + -or -exec chmod 644 {} +

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

Function to change prompt
Bash function to change your default prompt to something simpler and restore it to normal afterwards.

Show all configured ipv4
Short list of all ip. Shows even the newly supported multiple ip address on the same interface (see eth1). For ipv6 use -6

Rename files in batch

grab all of google IPv4 network blocks

Find directories under home directory with 777 permissions, change to 755, and list them on console

command line calculator
simple function , floating point number is supported.


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