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Create a tar file with the current date in the name.

Application network trace based on application name
This command takes an application name as an argument and then it will listen to the tcp traffic and capture packets matching the process Id of the application. The output shows: local address / local port / Remote Address / Remote port / State / Owning Process ID

Ask user to confirm
Returns true if user presses the key. Use it like $ Confirm "Continue" && do action

Create incremental snapshots of individual folders using find and tar-gzip
Creates an incremental snapshot of individual folders.

Generate a random password 30 characters long
The pwgen program generates passwords which are designed to be easily memorized by humans, while being as secure as possible. Human-memorable passwords are never going to be as secure as completely completely random passwords. [from pwgen man page]

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

uncomment the lines where the word DEBUG is found

Install your ssh key file on a remote system

Convert (almost) any video file into webm format for online html5 streaming

Find your graphics chipset
Displays only the VGA adapter/chipset being used for the graphics. In this case, it gave me the "M22" and "Mobility Radeon x300" that I needed to research a graphics issue I was having.


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