Commands tagged google shortener (3)

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find out which directory uses most inodes - list total sum of directoryname existing on filesystem

Comment current line
This should work with different locales. Another post reports

Kill XMMS for a cron job

reduce mp3 bitrate (and size, of course)
Useful if you have to put some mp3 files into mobile devices (ie mobile phones with no much memory)

A little bash daemon =)
A little bash daemon

List all symbolic links in current directory
why go through the hard way? use find with -type l

let a cow tell you your fortune

Decrypt passwords from Google Chrome and Chromium.
Read this before you down voting and comment that it is not working -> Wont work on latest versions ~75> since database file is locked and has to be decrypted. This is useful if you have an old hdd with a chrome installation and want to decrypt your old passwords fast.

Replace all tabs with spaces in an application
Note that this assumes the application is an SVN checkout and so we have to throw away all the .svn files before making the substitution.

Google URL shortener
Use curl and sed to shorten an URL using goo.gl without any other api


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