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Find broken symlinks and delete them
recursively deletes all broken symlinks using zsh globbing syntax.

Get the time since epoch
Get the time since epoch. Useful when working with commands and logs which use this format.

Create sqlite db and store image
Creates a simple sqlite db (img.db) inserts /tmp/Q.jpg on base64 an recorvers it as /tmp/W.jpg

Rename files in batch

merge pdf using bash brace exansion
merge pdf from pg_0001.pdf until pg_0009.pdf into MyFile.pdf

find your release version of your ubuntu / debian distro

Execute most recent command containing search string.
Execute the most recent command containing search string. This differs from !string as that only refers to the most recent command starting with search string.

Makes the permissions of file2 the same as file1
same as the chmod example, but should also copy extended access control list attributes. deliberately stolen from: $man setfacl

Inverted cowsay
It's quite fun to invert text using "flip.pl" (ref: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2078323 ). Slightly more challenging is to flip a whole "cowsay". :-)

Remove all files previously extracted from a tar(.gz) file.


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