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Test sendmail
test if sendmail is installed and working.

grep for minus (-) sign
Use flag "--" to stop switch parsing

View ~/.ssh/known_hosts key information
Will return the SSH server key information for each host you have in your ~/.ssh/known_hosts file, including key size, key fingerprint, key IP address or domain name, and key type.

Nmap list IPs in a network and saves in a txt

Capture all plaintext passwords

List all Windows services on the command line
On Windows 2000 or later, this command will give a listing of all the registered Windows services. You can then know what the name of a command is in order to start and stop it. e.g. $ sc start Apache2.2 or $ net start Apache2.2 Please note that sc will allow the SERVICE_NAME only, while net will allow both SERVICE_NAME and DISPLAY_NAME. Note that the space between the = and the next word are important. Not very unixy, that. http://www.ss64.com/nt/sc.html http://www.ss64.com/nt/net_service.html http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490995.aspx

Print a list of all hardlinks in the working directory, recursively
libpurple likes to hardlink files repeatedly. To ignore libpurple, use sed: | sed '/\.\/\.purple/d'

paste one file at a time instead of in parallel
paste one file at a time instead of in parallel

Suspend to ram
Using sys

Force the script to be started as root
Place this code at the beginning of your script to ensure that it can only be executed by the root.


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