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fetch all revisions of a specific file in an SVN repository
exported files will get a .r23 extension (where 23 is the revision number)

Count accesses per domain
count the times a domain appears on a file which lines are URLs in the form http://domain/resource.

Matrix Style
Solves "tr" issues with non C-locales under BSD-like systems (like OS X)

List only executables installed by a debian package
Maybe not clean with big package and too long argument. But return every file who can be executed.

Undo mkdir -p new/directory/path
Removes all directories on given path, working from right to left, and stops when reaching a non-empty directory Counterpart of $ mkdir -p new/directory/path Shortcut (must be issues as next command immediately after mkdir): $ ^mk^rm ( see http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/19/runs-previous-command-but-replacing )

Undo mkdir -p new/directory/path
Removes all directories on given path, working from right to left, and stops when reaching a non-empty directory Counterpart of $ mkdir -p new/directory/path Shortcut (must be issues as next command immediately after mkdir): $ ^mk^rm ( see http://www.commandlinefu.com/commands/view/19/runs-previous-command-but-replacing )

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"

attach to bash shell in the last container you started

cd up a number of levels
Instead of typing "cd ../../.." you can type ".. 3". For extremely lazy typists, you can add this alias: alias ...=".. 2" ....=".. 3" - so now you can write just .... !!! NB the .. function needs to be "source"d or included in your startup scripts, perhaps .bashrc.

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy


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