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Mount the first NTFS partition inside a VDI file (VirtualBox Disk Image)
Found at: http://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?t=52

Commit only newly added files to subversion repository

Forget remembered path locations of previously ran commands
i.e.: Useful if you add ~/bin to your $PATH and you want to override locations of previously ran commands and you don't want to log out and log back in to be able to use them.

Display current time in requested time zones.
The time zone names come from the tz database which is usually found at /usr/share/zoneinfo.

Git diff last two commits
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Take screenshots with imagemagick

Stream (almost) any music track in mplayer
Just give it an artist and/or song at the end of the command as shown.

How To Get the Apache Document Root

Find all dot files and directories

Convert multiple files using avidemux
Using avidemux to convert multiple files that are in the folder where the command was executed.


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