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Converts a single FLAC file with associated cue file into multiple FLAC files
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Recursively Find Images, Convert to JPEGS and Delete
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Commandline document conversion with Libreoffice
In this example, the docx gets converted to Open Document .odt format. For other formats, you'll need to specify the correct filter (Hint: see "Comments" link below for a nice list).

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Gets directory and files tree listing from a FTP-server
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list process ids for given program

backup with mysqldump a really big mysql database to a remote machine over ssh
backup big mysql db to remote machine over ssh. "--skip-opt" option is needed when you can?t allocate full database in ram.

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
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wget progress bar with customized data size for dots

Silently deletes lines containing a specific string in a bunch of files
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