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Export MySQL tables that begin with a string

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Extract raw URLs from a file
you can also use cut instead of awk. less powerful but probably faster. ;)

Test for Weak SSL Ciphers
...if you get a certificate back, the server is accepting weak SSL ciphers

Syntax highlight PHP source
Creates HTML code from PHP source

Clean pacman cache in arch linux, manjaro linux
If not success clean cache and try again Code: [Select]

Remove all but one specific file

Wget Command to Download Full Recursive Version of Web Page
The example will create a directory called "www.foo.com" that will contain an index.html page and any necessary images/css required for the page to load. Caveats: @imports of css files will not be converted.

Print all lines between two line numbers
Print all lines between two line numbers This command uses sed(1) to print all lines between two known line numbers in a file. Useful for seeing output in a log file, where the line numbers are known. The above command will print all lines between, and including, lines 3 and 6.


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