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Rotate a video file by 90 degrees CW

Access partitions inside a LVM volume
kpartx can be found inside of the multipath-tools package -a adds the mappings and -d deletes them

Increase mplayer maximum volume
use '0' and '9' to increase/decrease volume. this is useful on laptops with low speaker volume.

Get all IPs via ifconfig
works on Linux and Solaris. I think it will work on nearly all *nix-es

unbuffered python output
You have a python script that slowly prints output, you want to pipe the output to grep or tee, and you are impatient and want to watch the results right away. Rather than modify your script (making it slightly less efficient), use the -u option to have the output unbuffered.

Display the standard deviation of a column of numbers with awk

Find files that have been modified on your system in the past 60 minutes
Useful mainly for debugging or troubleshooting an application or system, such as X11, Apache, Bind, DHCP and others. Another useful switch that can be combined with -mmin, -mtime and so forth is -daystart. For example, to find files that were modified in the /etc directory only yesterday: $ sudo find /etc -daystart -mtime 1 -type f

a short counter
Maybe you know shorter ?

Update IP filter for qBittorrent
Downloads Bluetack's level 1 IP blocklist in .p2p format, suitable for various Bittorrent clients.

run command on a group of nodes in parallel
The pee command is in the moreutils package.


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