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Get a list of the erroring cifs entries in fstab
It disturbs me when my logwatch report tells me a share or machine has disappeared, esp as mount isn't telling me what's gone. This command outputs to stderr the erroring cifs entries from fstab.

du command without showing other mounted file systems

Convert JSON to YAML
Requires installing json2yaml via npm: npm install -g json2yaml (can also pipe from stdin) Ref: https://www.npmjs.com/package/json2yaml

convert a line to a space

Colorized JSON pretty printing
Uses pygmentize and python to create indented and colorized JSON output

Find the package that installed a command

randomize hostname and mac address, force dhcp renew. (for anonymous networking)
this string of commands will release your dhcp address, change your mac address, generate a new random hostname and then get a new dhcp lease.

network usage per process
Nethogs groups bandwidth by process.

Check the package is installed or not. There will show the package name which is installed.
The ^python$ is a package name patten. You can change whatever you want.

Find files with at least one exec bit set


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