Commands tagged synaptics (3)

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Show what PID is listening on port 80 on Linux

Get decimal ascii code from character
printf treats first char after single ' as numeric equivalent

check the status of 'dd' in progress (OS X)
"killall -USR1 dd" does not work in OS X for me. However, sending INFO instead of USR1 works.

Number of files in a SVN Repository
Number of files in a SVN Repository This command will output the total number of files in a SVN Repository.

Download all images from a 4chan thread
First (and only) argument should be a 4chan thread URL.

resolve short urls
since the most url shorteners respond with a header containing the Location: ... this works with most common shorteners

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Compress logs older than 7 days

Find all files with root SUID or SGID executables
Discovering all executables on your system that can be run as another user, especially root, is critical for system security. The above command will find those files with have SUID or SGID bits set and are owned by the root user or group.

sort list of email addresses by domain.tld
email random list can be created here: https://www.randomlists.com/email-addresses


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