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Dump a web page
Useful to browse dangerous web sites.

Show drive names next to their full serial number (and disk info)
Scrap everything and use `gawk` to do all the magic, since it's like the future or something. $ gawk 'match($11, /[a-z]{3}$/) && match($9, /^ata-/) { gsub("../", ""); print $11,"\t",$9 }' Yank out only ata- lines that have a drive letter (ignore lines with partitions). Then strip ../../ and print the output. Yay awk. Be sure to see the alternatives as my initial command is listed there. This one is a revision of the original.

Start a HTTP server which serves Python docs
I use this command to start a local Python document server over HTTP port 8888.

Mount a .iso file in UNIX/Linux
"-o loop" lets you use a file as a block device

Show latest changed files

Take screenshots with imagemagick
Now try this. Ones you see small cross arrow, double click on any window you like to make a screenshot "selectively".

Tweet from Terminal to twitter !
Tweeting from terminal to twitter accounts..

diff two unsorted files without creating temporary files
bash/ksh subshell redirection (as file descriptors) used as input to diff

Rename files in batch

Google Translate
Usage: $ translate Example: $ translate hello en es See this for a list of language codes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes


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