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Send remote command output to your local clipboard
This command will copy command's output into your local clipboard

strace like SystemTap script
The stap script is : #! /usr/bin/env stap probe syscall.* { if (pid() == target()) printf("%s %s\n", name, argstr); }

mount an iso
mounts an ISO file to a directory on the target file system

Rename files in batch

Print without executing the last command that starts with...
It happens that sometime you remember that you used a special command short time before and you want to check the command again. WIth this command you can just put the beginning of a command and then bash will look for you and it will print back safely withou executing

Regenerate the /etc/mtab file

Convert all JPEG images to MP4
Source: http://superuser.com/a/624574

Look up a unicode character by name
No need for further filedes or substitution for splitting. Simply use read a b

Convert Youtube videos to MP3
youtube-dl has this functionality built in. If you're running an older version of youtube-dl, you can update it using `youtube-dl -U` (although if you have an older version, it probably doesn't download youtube videos anyway.) youtube-dl --help will show you other options that may come in useful.

Watch movies in your terminal
requires mplayer


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