Commands tagged macosx (45)

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Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Rename files in batch

Colorized grep in less
Get your colorized grep output in less(1). This involves two things: forcing grep to output colors even though it's not going to a terminal and telling less to handle those properly.

List recorded formular fields of Firefox
When you fill a formular with Firefox, you see things you entered in previous formulars with same field names. This command list everything Firefox has registered. Using a "delete from", you can remove anoying Google queries, for example ;-)

see the TIME_WAIT and ESTABLISHED nums of the network
see the TIME_WAIT and ESTABLISHED nums of the network

See how many % of your memory firefox is using

Get your outgoing IP address
should be very consistent cause it's google :-)

Create a new file

Find top 10 largest files in /var directory (subdirectories and hidden files included )
Should work even when very large files exist.

Print a row of 50 hyphens
Perl is installed by default on most modern OS when jot is not.


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