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Cleanup Python bytecode files
This command will erase all bytecode versions of Python modules under the current directory.

See entire packet payload using tcpdump.
This command will show you the entire payload of a packet. The final "s" increases the snaplength, grabbing the whole packet.

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"

encrypt whole line with ROT13 in vim

Delete recursively only empty folders on present dir

Cap apt-get download speed
apt-get is pretty aggressive when it downloads, potentially hogging the bandwidth of your network. The 25 is in KB, change this to your needs.

remove execute bit only from files. recursively

journalctl -f
a tail -f variant of systemd journal. Follow the most recent updates or if events are appended to the journal

Remove all unused kernels with apt-get
Remove old kernels (*-generic and *-generic-pae) via apt-get on debian/ubuntu based systems. Tested on ubuntu 10.04 - 12.04.

Reverse SSH
this command from the source server and this follow in the destination server: ssh user@localhost -p 8888


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