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uniq without pre-sorting
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Create patch file for two directories

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Keep track of diff progress
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Find usb device in realtime
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Add date stamp to filenames of photos by Sony Xperia camera app
Sony's Xperia camera app creates files without time-stamped names. Thus, after deleting files on the phone, the same names will be reused. When uploading the photos to a cloud storage, this means that files will be overwritten. Running this command after every sync of uploaded photos with the computer prevents this.


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