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Show IP Address in prompt --> PS1 var
when working with many machines in a computer lab need to know the IP addr is very large, this is a simplistic solution to make things easier

remove all snapshots from all virtual machines in vmware esx
Old snapshots can cause problems. It's best to remove them when finished. I use this script to remove all snapshots. The "while read" command is necessary because my vm names contain spaces. The "time" command reports how long the process runs.

Using parcellite, indents the content of the clipboard manager
This command takes the content of a Parcellite-managed clipboard manager and add one level of indentation to it. It may be useful to indent a block of code which will enter inside another, already indented one but I use it mostly to indent code I will post in Stack Overflow questions and answers.

download and unpack tarball without leaving it sitting on your hard drive

Run a command on a remote machine
This counts the number of httpd processes running.

grep processes list avoiding the grep itself
Trick to avoid the form: grep process | grep - v grep

Read funny developer comments in the Linux source tree
These are way better than fortune(6).

Diff files over SSH
Sometimes you need to compare two config files on different servers. Put the file names into the above script and let 'er rip.

Adjust display hardware brightness [dbus way]

df without line wrap on long FS name


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