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Convert Youtube videos to MP3
youtube-dl has this functionality built in. If you're running an older version of youtube-dl, you can update it using `youtube-dl -U` (although if you have an older version, it probably doesn't download youtube videos anyway.) youtube-dl --help will show you other options that may come in useful.

Get your default route
This gets you your default route programatically, useful for scripts

save date and time for each command in history
for the change stay in your history file , export command by writing it into your .bashrc

Find the package that installed a command

View the current number of free/used inodes in a file system
tune2fs also provides the same information . But the information does not give the current usage , it gives the information when the file system was last mounted. http://www.zaman4linux.in/2010/10/using-up-all-the-free-inodes.html

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

write by vim need root privilege

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Create a CD/DVD ISO image from disk.

Archive all folders in a directory into their own tar.bz2 file
Remove the "echo" to actually archive. Many similar commands are found on commandlinefu but I end up needing this very specific one from time to time. To extract any of them, use the standard tar.bz2 extract command: $tar xvjf folder1.tar.bz2


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