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one-liner mpc track changer using dmenu
Add a [fluxbox] binding in your key file then this command provides a dmenu selector for the next track to play

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Format ps command output
ps command gives the possibility to display information with custom formatting with the -o options followed by the format specifier list.

Print the IPv4 address of a given interface

Check every URL redirect (HTTP status codes 301/302) with curl

Search trought pidgin's conversation logs for "searchterm", and output the result.
will search trought pidgin conversation logs for "searchterm", and output them stripping the html tags. The "sed" command is optionnal if your logs are stored in plain text format.

To find the LDAP clients connected to LDAP service running on Solaris

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

remove empty lines

Use file(1) to view device information
file(1) can print details about certain devices in the /dev/ directory (block devices in this example). This helped me to know at a glance the location and revision of my bootloader, UUIDs, filesystem status, which partitions were primaries / logicals, etc.. without running several commands. See also: $ file -s /dev/dm-* $ file -s /dev/cciss/* etc..


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