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update you web
in fact, I want to know, how to only get the modified files.

mplayer -vo aa foo.mpg
mplayer -vo caca will give you a similar result but in color

Change wallpaper

Show memory usage of all docker / lxc containers (works on CoreOS)

disassemble binary shellcode
The options -b binary and -m are needed for disassembling raw machine code when it is not part of a full binary executable with proper headers.

Command line calculator
This function defines a command line calculator that handles everything pythons math module can handle, e.g. trigonometric functions, sqrt, log, erf, ... (see http://docs.python.org/library/math.html). It even knows about the constants pi and e.

Import/clone a Subversion repo to a git repo

Test a serial connection
If the connection works you should see a "hello" on host A. If not: check your cabeling etc :-)

FInd the 10 biggest files taking up disk space

convert a line to a space


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