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Show local/public IP adresses with or without interface argument using a shell function for Linux and MacOsX
Like the tiltle said, you can use an argument too ( the interface ) $ MyIps eth0 will show only the IP of this interface and the public IP ( tested with Linux ) You can add that function in ~/.bashrc, then $ . ~/.bashrc Now you are ready to call this function in all your terms...

Remove invalid key from the known_hosts file for the IP address of a host
Quick shortcut if you know the hostname and want to save yourself one step for looking up the IP address separately.

Print unique ipaddresses as they come in from Apache Access Log File
Prints the unique IP Addresses as they arrive from an Apache `access.log` file. The '-W interactive' tells awk to start writing to stdout immediately and not buffer the output. This command builds on the uniq lines without sorting command (http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/4389/remove-duplicate-entries-in-a-file-without-sorting.)

Remove executable bit from all files in the current directory recursively, excluding other directories
Useful if you have copied files from an OS without a permission structure (for example, DOS) and you need to disable all executable files but want to be able to descend into your directories.

Optimize PDF documents

create a new script, automatically populating the shebang line, editing the script, and making it executable.
The first argument is the interpreter for your script, the second argument is the name of the script to create.

bash-quine
this command prints itself out. it doesn't need to be stored in a file and it isn't as easy as $ echo $BASH_COMMAND for information on quines see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quine_(computing)

killall -r ".*my-process.*"

It decripts all pgp files in a selection folder and move the output into a file.


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