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Create a file server, listening in port 7000
At client side: tar c myfile | nc localhost 7000 ##Send file myfile to server tar c mydir | nc localhost 7000 ## Send directory mydir to server

Clone /
Clone linux installation.

gets all files committed to svn by a particular user since a particular date
just change the date following the -r flag, and/or the user name in the user== conditional statement, and substitute yms_web with the name of your module

Search through files, ignoring .svn
By putting the "-not \( -name .svn -prune \)" in the very front of the "find" command, you eliminate the .svn directories in your find command itself. No need to grep them out. You can even create an alias for this command: $ alias svn_find="find . -not \( -name .svn -prune \)" Now you can do things like $ svn_find -mtime -3

calulate established tcp connection of local machine

Clear ARP table in linux.
Clears the "arp" table, without entering manually addresses (tested in Ubuntu).

Down for everyone or just me?
Check if a site is down with downforeveryoneorjustme.com

Convert all JPEG images to MP4
Source: http://superuser.com/a/624574

One-liner to generate Self-Signed SSL Certificate+Key without any annoying prompts or CSRs
Handy if you want to quickly generate a self-signed certificate. Also can be used in your automated scripts for generating quick-use certificates.

Count opening and closing braces in a string.
This function counts the opening and closing braces in a string. This is useful if you have eg long boolean expressions with many braces and you simply want to check if you didn't forget to close one.


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