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copy string to clipboard
Copy the current path. Use -selection clipboard to copy the string to clipboard.

Get backup from remote host, then expand in current directory using tar

fetch all revisions of a specific file in an SVN repository
Manages everything through one sed script instead of pipes of greps and awks. Quoting of shell variables is generally easier within a sed script.

Clean config from # and empty strings

Go to parent directory of filename edited in last command
Uses the last argument of the last executed command, and gets the directory name from it. Use $!:t for the filename alone, without the dirname.

Read PDFs in the command line
Turns a PDF into HTML (without images) and prints it to the standard out which is picked up and interpreted by w3m.

Find the package that installed a command

cat stdout of multiple commands
Concatenate the stdout of multiple commands.

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

camelcase to underscore
Convert a camelCase string into snake_case. To complement senorpedro's command.


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