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Find files that are older than x days
Find files that are older than x days in the working directory and list them. This will recurse all the sub-directories inside the working directory. By changing the value for -mtime, you can adjust the time and by replacing the ls command with, say, rm, you can remove those files if you wish to.

look for a function reference in a library set

Count threads of a jvm process
if you have problem threads problem in tomcat

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

See the 10 programs the most used

launch bash without using any letters
[email protected]:~$ echo $SHLVL 1 [email protected]:~$ ${0/-/} [email protected]:~$ echo $SHLVL 2

list files recursively by size

calulate established tcp connection of local machine
worked on ubuntu 9.04 and cygwin with MS netstat

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

Mount a partition from dd disk image
Assuming we have a disk image, ie. created by $dd if=/dev/sda of=image.dd we can check the image's partition layout with $fdisk -ul image.dd then, we substitute "x" with starting sector of the partition we want to mount. This example assumes that the disk uses 512 B sectors


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