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GREP a PDF file.
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Use a var with more text only if it exists
See "Parameter Expansion" in the bash manpage. They refer to this as "Use Alternate Value", but we're including the var in the at alternative.

kills rapidly spawning processes that spawn faster than you can repeat the killall command
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Search commandlinefu.com from the command line using the API
Search for one/many words on commandlinefu, results in vim for easy copy, manipulation. The -R flag is for readonly mode...you can still write to a file, but vim won't prompt for save on quit. What I'd really like is a way to do this from within vim in a new tab. Something like $ :Tex path/to/file but $ :cmdfu search terms

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Find files with size over 100MB and output with better lay-out

Random file naming

quickly formats a fat partition. usefull for flash drives

Stream audio over ssh
This one doesn't need to convert to wav.

Clone all repos from a user with lynx
https://wuseman.github.io/wcloner/


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