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Shows physically connected drives (SCSI or SATA)
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Determine next available UID
Typical usage would be in a script that would want the next open UID in a range (in this case 500-600)

Lists installed kernels

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It's the rename-tool from debians perl-package.

Capture video of a linux desktop

Serial console to a Vmware VM
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Check syntax for all PHP files in the current directory and all subdirectories

kill some pids without specific pid
pgrep, pkill - look up or signal processes based on name and other attributes

list files recursively by size


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