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Simplest way to get size (in bytes) of a file

Send an email from the terminal when job finishes
Might as well include the status code it exited with so you know right away if it failed or not.

Download all manuals RedHat 7 (CentOS/Fedora) with one command in Linux

easily convert one unit to another
Easily convert units of similar measurement. May also be invoked alone, units.

reset Mageia urpmi media sources to network only
On Mageia (and Mandriva) Linux, this command will clear your existing urpmi configuration and configure it to use only network sources. It can be useful after you have installed from CD/DVD and don't want to continually be prompted to insert CD/DVD each time you install a package. acknowledgement: blino

Watch Star Wars via telnet
Use Ctrl-] to stop it.

Remove all HTML tags from a file

Generate a Google maps URL for GPS location data from digital photo
This command uses the "exiftool" command which is available here: http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/ NB, there should be a degree symbol right after the first "%d" NOT a question mark. For some unknown reason, commandlinefu is not able to handle degree symbol correctly ("?")?

convert a mp4 video file to mp3 audio file (multiple files)

Add prefix onto filenames
Best to try first with -n flag, to preview


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