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Preserve colors when piping tree to less

determine if tcp port is open
@putnamhill, no need if statement in that case. && is a AND and || is a OR

Display all shell functions set in the current shell environment
Uses the shell builtin `declare` with the '-f' flag to output only functions to grep out only the function names. You can use it as an alias or function like so: alias shfunctions="builtin declare -f | command grep --color=never -E '^[a-zA-Z_]+\ \(\)'" shfunctions () { builtin declare -f | command grep --color=never -E '^[a-zA-Z_]+\ \(\)'; }

Display BIOS Information

For when GUI programs stop responding..
man xkill

Change a specific value in a path
Awk replaces the value of a specific field while retaining the field separator "/" .

Rename .JPG to .jpg recursively
This command is useful for renaming a clipart, pic gallery or your photo collection. It will only change the big caps to small ones (on the extension).

draw rhomb

Remove a line from a file using sed (useful for updating known SSH server keys when they change)

Wrap text files on the command-line for easy reading
fold wraps text at 80 characters wide, and with the -s flag, only causes wrapping to occur between words rather than through them.


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