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Show top running processes by the number of open filehandles they have
I think I could cut down the number of pipes here, any suggestions?

What is the use of this switch ?
e.g. $ manswitch grep -o This will take you to the relevant part of the man page, so you can see the description of the switch underneath.

Print diagram of user/groups
Parses /etc/group to "dot" format and pases it to "display" (imagemagick) to show a usefull diagram of users and groups (don't show empty groups).

Convert multiple files using avidemux
Using avidemux to convert multiple files that are in the folder where the command was executed.

Display which distro is installed

Remove a line from a file using sed (useful for updating known SSH server keys when they change)

Listing today’s files only

check python syntax in vim

Count the number of pages of all PDFs in current directory and all subdirs, recursively

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"


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