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Generate a random password 30 characters long

add all files not under version control to repository
This should handle whitespaces well and will not get confused if your filenames have "?" in them

find established tcp connections without using netstat!!
Fast and easy way to find all established tcp connections without using the netstat command.

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

parse html/stdin with lynx
strips html from stdin

print contents of file from line 1 until we match regex
Start printing the contents of filename to stdout, until a matching line to regex is found, then stop.

Bash: escape '-' character in filename

drop first column of output by piping to this

remove newlines from specific lines in a file using sed

grep -v with multiple patterns.
If you wanted to do all in one command, you could go w/ sed instead


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