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Equivalent to ifconfig -a in HPUX
not shown ifconfig error

list files recursively by size

Get first Git commit hash
https://git.kernel.org/cgit/git/git.git/commit/?id=ad5aeeded3295589b2573b143f754762a56f8f82

zgrep across multiple files

Search and Replace across multiple files
- grep for the word in a files, use recursion (to find files in sub directories), and list only file matches -| xargs passes the results from the grep command to sed -sed -i uses a regular expression (regex) to evaluate the change: s (search) / search word / target word / g (global replace)

Mount a VMware virtual disk (.vmdk) file on a Linux box
Assumes XP/2000/2003. For Server 2008+ try offset=105,906,176 You can find this number in the System Information utility under Partition Starting Offset. UEFI based boxes you want partition 2 since the first is just the boot files (and FAT). This works with (storage side) snapshots which is handy for single file restores on NFS mounted VMware systems

Print github url for the current url
Works for repos cloned via ssh or https.

Create colorized html file from Vim or Vimdiff
While editing a source file in vim, or using vimdiff to compare two or more files, the ':TOhtml' command can be used to export each buffer as an html file, including syntax highlighting and vimdiff colorization. If you are in insert mode in vim, you will have to type :TOhtml This will open a new buffer filled with html, which you can then save.

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"

Batch Convert SVG to PNG
Convert some SVG files into PNG using ImageMagick's convert command.


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