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journalctl -f
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Get current Xorg resolution via xrandr
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Get just the IP for a hostname
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Download all default installed apk files from your android.

remove repeated pairs of characters e.g. "xtxtxtxt" will become "xt"
This will remove repeated characters e.g. echo "xtxtxtxt" | sed -ru 's/(..)\1{2,}/\1/g' the output will just be "xt"

Schedule a script or command in x num hours, silently run in the background even if logged out
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list block devices
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history autocompletion with arrow keys
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vi - Change only whole words exactly matching 'http' to 'git'; ask for confirmation.
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