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Synthesize text as speech
The Festival Speech Synthesis System converts text into sound. Or: links -dump http://youfavoritewebsite.com | festival --tts

Change Gnome wallpaper
You can use this in a script which rotates wallpapers from a directory at each login.

Send a local file via email
This just reads in a local file and sends it via email. Works with text or binary. *Requires* local mail server.

Remove security limitations from PDF documents using ghostscript (for Windows)
#4345 also works under windows

List mp3 files with less than 320 kbps bitrate.

Recursively create a TAGS file for an entire source tree. TAGS files are useful for editors like Vim and Emacs

Find the package that installed a command

Puts every word from a file into a new line
Simply translates whitespace to newlines. Could be enhanced to compress out extra newlines, but that might be better handled in the next tool down the pipe, with eg uniq(1).

Process command output line by line in a while loop
This snippet allows to process the output of any bash command line by line.

See KeepAlive counters on tcp connections
See connection's tcp timers


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