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Convert YAML to JSON
Converts YAML file to JSON. Note that you'll need to install PyYAML. Also some YAML data types (like dates) are not supported by JSON).

IP addresses connected to port 80
IP addresses and number of connections connected to port 80.

Show local/public IP adresses with or without interface argument using a shell function for Linux and MacOsX
Like the tiltle said, you can use an argument too ( the interface ) $ MyIps eth0 will show only the IP of this interface and the public IP ( tested with Linux ) You can add that function in ~/.bashrc, then $ . ~/.bashrc Now you are ready to call this function in all your terms...

List your installed Chromium extensions (with url to each page)
Gives you a list for all installed chrome (chromium) extensions with URL to the page of the extension. With this you can easy add a new Bookmark folder called "extensions" add every URL to that folder, so it will be synced and you can access the names from every computer you are logged in. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Only tested with chromium, for chrome you maybe have to change the find $PATH.

List Threads by Pid along with Thread Start Time
This command will list all threads started by a particular pid along with the start time of each thread. This is very valuable when diagnosing thread leaks.

cycle through a 256 colour palette
Rainbow, instead of greys

Sort output by column
(separator = $IFS)

List the size (in human readable form) of all sub folders from the current location

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Install a new kernel in Manjaro linux
00 is the number of the linux kernel e.g. linux39


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