Commands tagged amazonws (2)

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Rename files in batch

generate a randome 10 character password

Send a local file via email
Send it the easy way, with MIME and everything handled for you by an app that knows best.

List upcoming events on google calendar
Requires googlecl (http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/) Even better when you wrap this in a script and allow the --date=STRING to be $1. Then you can type: whatson "next Thursday" The date string for UNIX date is very flexible. You can also add --cal "[regex]" to the end for multiple calendars.

Find the package that installed a command

Remove BOM (Byte Order Mark) from text file
Takes file (text.txt), removes BOM from it, and outputs the result to a new file (newFile.txt). BOM is "Byte Order Mark" ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_order_mark]), an invisible, non-breaking, zero-length character. In other words, if you see a DIFF with "" at the beginning, you've got a byte order mark, which can't be removed without this command or a hex editor. It can appear for a number of reasons, such as getting copied to/from a UNIX filesystem...

intercept stdout/stderr of another process
similar to the previous command, but with more friendly output (tested on linux)

Another Curl your IP command
Just another curl command to get your public facing IP

Concatenate (join) video files
Use mencoder to concatenate (join) multiple video files together.

The program listening on port 8080 through IPv6
Gets the application's name that's listening from the port 8080 through IPv6


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