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a function to find the fastest DNS server
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Download all images from a 4chan thread
Useful for ripping wallpaper from 4chan.org/wg

Ease your directory exploration
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Remove all old kernels
http://askubuntu.com/questions/89710/how-do-i-free-up-more-space-in-boot

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Safely remove old unused kernels in Ubuntu/Debian
Removes piling kernels from /boot, save the current one. This command DOES NOT remove the 'linux-image-generic' package, so you'll continue getting kernel updates

Remove all zero size files from current directory (not recursive)
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Print Memory Utilization Percentage For a specific process and it's children
Change the name of the process and what is echoed to suit your needs. The brackets around the h in the grep statement cause grep to skip over "grep httpd", it is the equivalent of grep -v grep although more elegant.


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