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recursive remove all htm files

monitor memory usage

show how many regex you use in your vim today
i want to count how many regex code i have used in vim in a long time so i make a directory in svn host and post record to this directory of course i dont want to post manually so i worte a script to do that and this is the core thing to do

send a file or directory via ssh compressing with lzma for low trafic

find large files

Re-use the previous command output
The $(!!) will expand to the previous command output (by re-running the command), which becomes the parameter of the new command newcommand.

Delete specific sender in mailq

quickly formats a fat partition. usefull for flash drives

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

archlinux: shows list of packages that are no longer needed
Shows a list of packages which are no longer needed as dependencies of any package installed on your system.


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