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git remove files which have been deleted
I've used technicalpickles command a lot, but this one handles whitespaces in filenames. I'm sure you want to create an alias for it :)

Download all images from a 4chan thread
first grep all href images then sed the url part then wget

draw line separator (using knoppix5 idea)

Reduce PDF size

calculate the total size of files in specified directory (in Megabytes)

Install pip with Proxy
Installs pip packages defining a proxy

Pick a random image from a directory (and subdirectories) every thirty minutes and set it as xfce4 wallpaper
Change your wallpaper every thirty minutes (or however long you like, I suppose) to a randomly selected image in a directory and subdirectories. Bear in mind this is not safe to use if anyone else has write access to your image directory.

Send your svn diff to meld
If you like to view what has been changed between revision 100 and the BASE on FILE. Meld will give you a nice overview.

Find broken symlinks and delete them

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.


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