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List all information about all files (in current dir)
This is a funny usage of the traditional command ls. It could be basically simplified as: $ ls -a -l Duplicating arguments is permitted: $ ls -a -l -l And this markup could be shortened as: $ ls -al Extra note: To view filesizes like a pro, pray for your God: $ ls -allah

Reverse SSHfs mount,
While `sshfs $REMOTE_HOST:$REMOTE_PATH $LOCAL_PATH` "pulls" a directory from the remote server to the local host, the above command does the reverse and "pushes" a directory from the local host to the remote server. This makes use of the "slave" option of sshfs which instructs it to communicate over plain stdin/stdout and the `dpipe` tool from vde2 to connect the sftp-server stdout to the sshfs stdin and vice-versa.

Command line calculator
works with fractions like 1/3.5

Show highlighted text with full terminal width
Show a full terminal line inverted with custom text.

[WinXP]Use as a shortcut in the SendTo menu to open a cmd window for a given folder.
This comes in handy for me when I am developing and testing Perl command line scripts. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490880.aspx

Create a backup of file being edited while using vi
At the start of a vi session and *before* saving any changes use ":!cp % %-" to make a backup of the current file being edited. example: vi /data/some/long/path/file :!cp% %- creates /data/some/long/path/file-

Print a horizontal line

Advanced python tracing
Trace python statement execution and syscalls invoked during that simultaneously

Extract ip addresses with sed
Extracts ip addressess from file using sed. Uses a tag(ip) to grep the IP lines after extracting. Must be a way to just output regex matched on sed.

Get Shellcode from ARM Binaries
Getting shellcode from ARM binaries - @OsandaMalith


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