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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"

Shortcut to find files with ease.
It looks for files that contains the given word as parameter. * case insensitive * matches files containing the given word.

Copy without overwriting

Convert JSON to YAML

generate random ascii shape(no x11 needed!)

Get all these commands in a text file with description.
I tried out on my Mac, jot to generate sequence ( 0,25,50,..), you can use 'seq' if it is linux to generate numbers, need curl installed on the machine, then it rocks. @Satya

Extract busiest times from apache access log
Analyze an Apache access log for the time period with most activity and display the hit count, requesting IP and the timestamp. May help detect a brute force dos attack.

Convert Unix newlines to DOS newlines
The ctrl+v,ctrl+m portion represents key presses that you should do. If you do it successfully you should see a ^M character appear.

Revert all modified files in an SVN repo

Deal with dot files safely


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