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Remove EXIF data from images with progress

total text files in current dir

Print all lines between two line numbers
Print all lines between two line numbers This command uses sed(1) to print all lines between two known line numbers in a file. Useful for seeing output in a log file, where the line numbers are known. The above command will print all lines between, and including, lines 3 and 6.

pretend to be busy in office to enjoy a cup of coffee

HTTP GET request on wireshark remotly

Show 'Hardware path'-style tree of all devices in Linux

Picture Renamer
jhead is a very nice tool to do all sorts of things with photographs, in a batch-oriented way. It has a specific function to rename files based on dates, and the format I used above was just an example.

What is my public IP address
It's easier then the listed command, I'm thinking. but doesn't matter much--its closer to personal preference really.

A fun thing to do with ram is actually open it up and take a peek. This command will show you all the string (plain text) values in ram
cat? dd? RTFM

Create a 100MB file for testing transfer speed


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