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get all Google ipv4 subnets for a iptables firewall for example
a bit shorter, parenthesis not needed but added for clarity

Lookup hostname for IP address

Analyse compressed Apache access logs for the most commonly requested pages

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Rename files in batch

runs a bash script in debugging mode

Press ctrl+r in a bash shell and type a few letters of a previous command
In the sample output, I pressed ctrl+r and typed the letters las. I can't imagine how much typing this has saved me.

From Vim, run current buffer in python

Convert all files *.mp4 to *.mpeg using ffmpeg (Windows Cmd line)
Note: %~nI expands %I to a file name only (cf. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490909.aspx)

Look for IPv4 address in files.
It finds a SNMP OID too :-(


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