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Rename files in batch

Find passwords that has been stored as plain text in NetworkManager

Writes ID3 tags using the file name as the title.
Assumes that the files are named as such: 01-Filename.mp3 If your files are named differently, change the number of periods in the sed 's/...\(.*\)/\1' bit to match the numbers of characters you need to cut off the front of the file. Note: This only writes the titles.

Recursively chmod all dirs to 755 and all files to 644

Monitor dynamic changes in the dmesg log.
Other logs can be monitored similarly, e.g. $ watch "tail -15 /var/log/daemon.log"

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list only directories in reverse order
list only directories in reverse order

syncronizing datas beetween two folder (A and B) excluding some directories in A (dir1 and dir2)

Bind a key with a command
the -x option is for binding to a shell command

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