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Copy a file using dc3dd and watch its progress (very nice alternative to dd)
Requires the dc3dd package - available at http://dc3dd.sourceforge.net

Concatenate video files to YouTube ready output
Takes two input video files and an external audio track and encodes them together to an MPEG-4 DivX output video file with the correct size ready for uploading.

Compute the average number of KB per file for each dir
Shorter version using --tag

command line calculator
simple function , floating point number is supported.

A fun thing to do with ram is actually open it up and take a peek. This command will show you all the string (plain text) values in ram

Python extract json

The Chromium OS rootfs is mounted read-only. In developer mode you can disable the rootfs verification, enabling it to be modified.

user 'tr' to convert mixed case in a file to lower case
convert mixed case in a file to lower case

Detect illegal access to kernel space, potentially useful for Meltdown detection
Based on capsule8 agent examples, not rigorously tested

printing barcodes
64 elements max on 16 rows, 4 cols. GNU Barcode will adapt automagically the width and the eight of your elements to fill the page. Standard output format is PostScript.


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