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Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

relabel current konsole tab
usage: renam in a script you must replace $PPID with $(awk '{print $4}' /prod/$PPID/stat)

Suspend to ram
No need to be root to do that. Relies on UPower (previously known as DeviceKit-Power).

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Scan for [samba|lanman] NetBIOS names and ip addresses in LAN by ARP.

How to check network connection from one interface
This command only check the network connection from given eth. This is very useful if you are using more then one interface in your server or laptop.

Recover remote tar backup with ssh
Here how to recover the remote backup over ssh

Grep for regular expression globally, list files and positions.
Grep for expression globally, list files and positions. "Hirn" is a nice german crib meaning "Brain". :-) Afterwards you can edit the line you want with "vi ./p_common/common_main.pbt +1550"

Tell local Debian machine to install packages used by remote Debian machine
(also works on Ubuntu) Copies the 'install,' 'hold,' 'deinstall' and 'purge' states of packages on the remote machine to be matched on the local machine. Note: if packages were installed on the local machine that were never installed on the remote machine, they will not be deinstalled by this operation.

Factorial With Case
Computes factorials.


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