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Check whether laptop is running on battery or cable

a find and replace within text-based files, for batch text replacement, not using perl
Use sed to edit in-place a list of files returned by find.

Show interface/ip using awk
Interfaces like lo can be omitted from the beginning, there are probably better ways of doing this, i'm a noob at awk.

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"

get a directory from one machine to another using tar and ssh

Find the package that installed a command

Calculate days on which Friday the 13th occurs
Simply change the years listed in the first seq, and it will print out all the months in that span of years that have Friday the 13ths in them.

start a vnc server session to connect to a gdm login screen

Twitter update from terminal (pok3's snipts ?)
Found it on snipt, pok3, is it yours? I put my user = m33600, the password and the status was my robot message: Settima robot message: ALARM ZONE 3 (sent via command line). Now bots may have their identity on twitter...

Alternative for basename using grep to extract file name
Here's a bash version.


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