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list current processes writing to hard drive

resolve short urls
since the most url shorteners respond with a header containing the Location: ... this works with most common shorteners

Awk: Perform a rolling average on a column of data
Sometimes jittery data hides trends, performing a rolling average can give a clearer view.

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

Rsync using SSH and outputing results to a text file
--delete will delete copies on remote to match local if deleted on local --stats will output the results -z zip -a archive -A preserve ACL -x don't cross filesystem boundaries -h human readable -e specify the remote shell to use

print file without duplicated lines usind awk
show file withou duplicated lines

rename anime fansubs
renames Anime Episodes to files, that can be parsed by sonarr & co

In Mac OS X, read the copy area (CMD + V) and convert text to audible speech

Download all manuals RedHat 7 (CentOS/Fedora) with one command in Linux

Changes a User Password via command line without promt
Used to change a password via a winscp faux shell


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