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Convert CSV to JSON
Replace 'csv_file.csv' with your filename.

Find the package that installed a command

Working random fact generator
extension to tali713's random fact generator. It takes the output & sends it to notify-osd. Display time is proportional to the lengh of the fact.

List the largest directories & subdirectoties in the current directory sorted from largest to smallest.

disk space email alert
put it in crontab to get an alert when / is over 89% utilization.

Show all usernames and passwords for Plesk email addresses

Record audio and video from webcam using mencoder
Record audio to MP3 stream and video to MPEG-4 stream from webcam to AVI file using mencoder. Gives floating point exception in some mencoder versions.

Big Countdown Clock with hours, minutes and seconds
Figlet is easy to find for download on the internet, and works for any text. Quite cool.

git remove files which have been deleted
This command handles git rm'ing files that you've deleted.

Quick access to ASCII code of a key


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