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Rename files in batch

check open ports without netstat or lsof

Move items from subdirectories to current directory
Find every file and move it to current directory.

A fun thing to do with ram is actually open it up and take a peek. This command will show you all the string (plain text) values in ram

Show database sql schema from Remote or Local database
After ssh into server, run this command to show all the table structure and schema.

Get the 10 biggest files/folders for the current direcotry
This command simply outputs 10 files in human readable, that takes most space on your disk in current directory.

Change Random Wallpaper on Gnome 3
Change Random Wallpaper on Gnome 3

Clean your broken terminal
If something fracks up your terminal, just type in 'reset' and everything should be good again.

uncomment the lines where the word DEBUG is found

Use nroff to view the man pages
Using nroff , it is possible to view the otherwise garbled man page with col command.


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