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Resume scp of a big file
It can resume a failed secure copy ( usefull when you transfer big files like db dumps through vpn ) using rsync. It requires rsync installed in both hosts. rsync --partial --progress --rsh=ssh $file_source [email protected]$host:$destination_file local -> remote or rsync --partial --progress --rsh=ssh [email protected]$host:$remote_file $destination_file remote -> local

print line and execute it in BASH
!# is the currennt line so far, by using !#:- you can go from the second arg (it's zero indexed) to the last ($) (did I understand the problem correctly?)

Get CPU thermal data on MacOS

Sort output by column
(separator = $IFS)

Send data securly over the net.
Using OpenSSL we can encrypt any input we wish and then use Netcat to create a socket which can be connected to from an externally source (even using a Web Browser)

Send a local file via email
This just reads in a local file and sends it via email. Works with text or binary. *Requires* local mail server.

drop first column of output by piping to this

kills rapidly spawning processes that spawn faster than you can repeat the killall command
if you dont want to alias also then you can do killall rapidly_spawning_process ; !! ; !! ; !!

add all files not under version control to repository
With the force options the same results can be achieved

Email yourself a short note
I created this so I could send myself an email alert when a long-running job was finished, e.g., $ my_long_job.exe ; quickemail my_long_job.exe has finished


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