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

Get line number of all matches in a file

Print every Nth line (to a maximum)
Thanks to knoppix5 for the idea :-) Print selected lines from a file or the output of a command. Usage: $ every NTH MAX [FILE] Print every NTH line (from the first MAX lines) of FILE. If FILE is omitted, stdin is used. The command simply passes the input to a sed script: $ sed -n -e "${2}q" -e "0~${1}p" ${3:-/dev/stdin} print no output $ sed -n quit after this many lines (controlled by the second parameter) $ -e "${2}q" print every NTH line (controlled by the first parameter) $ -e "0~${1}p" take input from $3 (if it exists) otherwise use /dev/stdin ${3:-/dev/stdin}

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

Store dirs to later be changed to independant of the last directory you were in. Also with managment tools.
Check out: help dirs help pushd help popd -- Cheers!

See loaded modules in apache
Easiest way to check which modules are loaded in apache.

Recursively move folders/files and preserve their permissions and ownership perfectly

shut of the screen ( Fool proof )
Use the command to create a script and bind it to a key using keyboard shortcut. eg: Script locks the screen in a loop until the command is executed again.At first it

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

Change timestamp on a file
-a for access time, -m for modification time, -c do not create any files, -t timestamp


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