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Shows what processes need to be restarted after system upgrade
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Let keyboard LED blink

Display summary of git commit ids and messages for a given branch
In color. Additionally you may define in your ~/.gitconfig and run it just as 'git one': one = log --pretty='format:%Cgreen%H %Cred%ai %Creset- %s'

Print the IPv4 address of a given interface

Lists all usernames in alphabetical order
Save some CPU, and some PIDs. :)

Count Files in a Directory with Wildcards.
Remove the '-maxdepth 1' option if you want to count in directories as well

Display the top 10 running processes - sorted by memory usage
A pretty nice display of processes.

Salvage a borked terminal
This is more or less the same as 'reset', but with two advantages: the initial LF character makes sure you're starting a new line to the tty driver, the final one is more reliably a line-end as CR is often unset; and second, 'stty sane' is reliable on older UNIX systems, especially Berkeley-based ones.

Unlock your KDE4.3 session remotely
The unlock command for KDE 4.3 has changed from krunner_lock, this process doesn't exist anymore. So here's the update :-) If qdbus complains about not being able to find X, put a "DISPLAY=:0 " (:0 being your X server display) in front of the command.

Calculate pi with specific scale
a() function in bc is for arctangent, available if using -l option included.


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