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log a command to console and to 2 files separately stdout and stderr

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

Limit bandwidth usage by any program
Trickle is a voluntary, cooperative bandwidth shaper. it works entirely in userland and is very easy to use. The most simple application is to limit the bandwidth usage of programs.

Change active bond slave
This forces a bonded interface to switch to another slave in the bond as its active slave.

Find out how much ram memory has your video (graphic) card

Show word-by-word differences between two latex files, in color

Better way to use notify-send with at or cron
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Random IPv4 address

Change MySQL Pager For Nicer Output

Make ls output better visible on dark terminals in bash
Sometimes you have a situation where you cannot properly see the ls output when you are using a terminal w/a dark background. Usually bash has ls aliased to use colors, and you can easily get ls to use the default foreground color via simply unaliasing the command.


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