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grep -v with multiple patterns.
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Recursively remove all empty directories

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Find the package that installed a command
Put this one-line function somewhere in your shell init, re-login and try $ whatinstalled This is an elaborate wrapper around "dpkg -S", with numerous safeguards. Symlinks and command aliases are resolved. If the searched command is not an existing executable file or was installed by some other means than dpkg/apt, nothing is printed to stdout, otherwise the package name.

Binary clock
Like 7171, but fixed typo, uses fewer variables, and even more cryptic!

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