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Kill any lingering ssh processes
Also ignoring "sshd" server is necessary since you should not kill ssh server processes.

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Generate a ZenCart-style MD5 password hash.
ZenCart uses a MD5 with a salt to secure its passwords. If you need to forcibly change someone's password to a known value within the database, this one-liner can generate the password. Change the value of 'p' to the password you want.

Copy a directory recursively without data/files

Use top to monitor only all processes with the same name fragment 'foo'
Like command 10870, but no need for sed

Resume an emerge, and keep all object files that are already built
For Gentoo: If you do not use this command, portage will fetch the source again, and rebuild the hole application from the top. This command make portage keep all files that ar allready built

Perl One Liner to Generate a Random IP Address
A bash version.

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"

Nice weather forecast on your shell
Change Seville for your prefered city.

Convert every eps in a directory to pdf
Converts every *.eps file to a *.pdf file


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