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Chronometer in hour format
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recursive search and replace old with new string, inside files
Using -Z with grep and -0 with xargs handles file names with spaces and special characters.

convert uppercase files to lowercase files

Display packages and versions on Debian/Ubuntu distrib
Need admin right to run dpkg-query

List the CPU model name
Extracts the model name of the CPU and displays it on screen.

Take aWebcam Picture When the Mouse Moves
This takes a webcam picture every everytime the mouse is moved (waits 10 seconds between checking for movement) and stores the picture wherever you want it. Ideas: Use in conjunction with a dropbox type application to see who is using your computer Use /dev/input/mice if /dev/input/mouse* doesn't work Use the bones of this to make a simple screensaver

Read PDFs in the command line
Turns a PDF into HTML (without images) and prints it to the standard out which is picked up and interpreted by w3m.

Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

which process has a port open

easily find megabyte eating files or directories


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