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rename all images in folder with prefix of date and time from exif data
imagemagick is required

Perl Command Line Interpreter
Can also just use the debug mode like this.

Show all listening and established ports TCP and UDP together with the PID of the associated process
Easy to remenber. Fot TCP only use: netstat -plant

invoke MATLAB functions from command line
`-r script.m` also possible

More precise BASH debugging

Check which files are opened by Firefox then sort by largest size.
Just refining last proposal for this check, showing awk power to make more complex math (instead /1024/1024, 2^20). We don't need declare variable before run lsof, because $(command) returns his output. Also, awk can perform filtering by regexp instead to call grep. I changed the 0.0000xxxx messy output, with a more readable form purging all fractional numbers and files less than 1 MB.

convert uppercase filenames in current directory to lowercase
as commented by Urk...

Restart command if it dies.
works well in crontab.

cat large file to clipboard with speed-o-meter
shortest alternative without the speed-o-meter"xclip large.xml" "xclip -o" to get the clipboard content, alternatively [shift key] + insert or middle button of your mouse.


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