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Insert the last argument of the previous command
for example if you did a: $ ls -la /bin/ls then $ ls !$ is equivalent to doing a $ ls /bin/ls

list files recursively by size

Speak the top 6 lines of your twitter timeline every 5 minutes.....
Pump up the chatter, run this script on a regular basis to listen to your twitter timeline. This is a rough first cut using several cli clips I have spotted around. There is no facility to not read those things already read to you. This could also easily be put in a loop for timed onslaught from the chatterverse, though I think it might violate several pointsof the Geneva Convention UPDATE - added a loop, only reads the first 6 twits, and does this every 5 mins.

Download 10 random wallpapers from images.google.com

Create .pdf from .doc
sudo apt-get install wv tetex-extra ghostscript

Load another file in vim
You can then switch from a file to another with ^W^W

command line to optimize all table from a mysql database

grep -v with multiple patterns.
You can use -e to pass multiple patterns.

Updating to Fedora 11

Find the package that installed a command


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