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Pick a random image from a directory (and subdirectories) every thirty minutes and set it as xfce4 wallpaper
Change your wallpaper every thirty minutes (or however long you like, I suppose) to a randomly selected image in a directory and subdirectories. Bear in mind this is not safe to use if anyone else has write access to your image directory.

cpu process limitation for specific processname like java,kibana
apt-get install cpulimit

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

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

Get sunrise and sunset times
This will get the sunrise and sunset times of a specific location. To be able to determine $l you need to first go to http://weather.yahoo.com/ and look up your location. The last numbers in the URL will be the $l Instead of forecastrss?w=$l you can also use forecastrss?p=$l and use the RSS link of the city you found. Also see http://developer.yahoo.com/weather/ for more information

ignore hidden directory in bash completion (e.g. .svn)

Get number of users on a minecraft server
I'm flat-out surprised that minecraft directory services require servers install multiple modifications to their server code, when the directories could fetch this information on their own.

Format ps command output
ps command gives the possibility to display information with custom formatting with the -o options followed by the format specifier list.

get function's source
no need to reinvent the wheel. Thanks to the OP for the "obsolete" hint. 'declare' may come in pretty handy on systems paranoid about "up-to-dateness"

Create backup copy of file, adding suffix of the date of the file modification (NOT today's date)


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