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Compare an archive with filesystem
and you quickly know the files you changed

Remind yourself to leave in 15 minutes
If you spend most of your time in front of the terminal, leave is a useful reminder. Leave can have absolute form: leave 1555 reminds you to leave at 3:55PM

pdfcount: get number of pages in a PDF file

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Shows space used by each directory of the root filesystem excluding mountpoints/external filesystems (and sort the output)

Rename files in batch

Know which modules are loaded on an Apache server
This let you know which modules has loaded the Apache server, very useful to know if the mod_rewrite is ready to use.

change microdvd subtitles framerate
this command example converts to 25 fps subtitles that were originally created for 24 fps movie

a simple bash one-liner to create php file and call php function

Runs previous command but replacing
Replaces the first instance of 'foo' with 'bar'. To replace all instances of 'foo' with 'bar': !!:gs/foo/bar/


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