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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.

Don't save commands in bash history (only for current session)
Unsetting HISTFILE avoid getting current session history list saved.

Add thousand separator with sed, in a file or within pipe
Does not necessarily require a file to process, it can be used in a pipe as well: $ cat filename | sed -e :a -e 's/\(.*[0-9]\)\([0-9]\{3\}\)/\1,\2/;ta' I don't remember where I copy/pasted this from, I wish I credited the original author

Waste time for about 3 minutes
If you're a slow reader and/or you like to ponder, adjust the sleep time to be longer

Url Encode
This one uses hex conversion to do the converting and is in shell/sed only (should probably still use the python/perl version).

See all the commits for which searchstring appear in the git diff

Colorful man
That command installs "most" and make this command as the default man reader. The "most" works like "less" (the current man reader), but it render colors for manpages and may do more things. Read "man most". You can see a preview here: http://www.dicas-l.com.br/dicas-l/20090718.php

Avoiding history file to be overwritten
If histappend options is set in bash, the file .bash_history will not be overwrite and history list is append to it.

Short one line while loop that outputs parameterized content from one file to another

Clean pacman cache in arch linux, manjaro linux
If not success clean cache and try again Code: [Select]


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