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Find default gateway

Watch the progress of 'dd'
The previously-posted one-liner didn't work for me for whatever reason, so I ended up doing this instead.

add a ip address to a network device
Allows to add more than one ip address to one network device.

Download Englishword pronounciation as mp3 file

create tar archive of files in a directory and its sub-directories
creates a compressed tar archive of files in /path/foo and writes to a timestamped filename in /path.

display date of last time a process was started in `date` format
STARTED Mon Oct 18 04:02:01 2010

Get duration of an audio file in seconds.
This is an alternative to #9131. ffmpeg didn't work on my .au files, though it did on the .wav ones. Also useful if you don't have ffmpeg but do have sox. Handily, sox already reports in seconds (decimal).

bash script to zip a folder while ignoring git files and copying it to dropbox
Better tool for exporting git's repository is Git itself!

remap Caps_Lock to Escape

tar+pbzip2 a dir


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