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Null a file with sudo

Ping all hosts on 192.168.1.0/24
-b option takes the broadcast address.

Kill multiple instances of a running process

append empty line after every line in file.txt

Find the process you are looking for minus the grepped one
faster ;) but your idea is really cool

Download file with multiple simultaneous connections
jrk's aria2 example is incorrect. -s specifies the global connection limit; the per-host connection limit is specified with -x.

python2 -m CGIHTTPServer
In case you need to test some CGI scripts this does the job. It also has the functionality of a http server. Enjoy!

grep tab chars
mixing tabs and spaces for indentation in python would confuse the python interpreter, to avoid that, check if the file has any tab based indentation. "^V" => denotes press control + v and press tab within quotes. $ cat improper_indent.py class Tux(object): print "Hello world.." $ grep " " improper_indent.py print "Hello world.."

Revert all modified files in an SVN repo

cat large file to clipboard with speed-o-meter
shortest alternative without the speed-o-meter"xclip large.xml" "xclip -o" to get the clipboard content, alternatively [shift key] + insert or middle button of your mouse.


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