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Create an ISO Image from a folder and burn it to CD
Create an ISO Image from a folder and burn it to CD (Os X)

Remove text from file1 which is in file2 and stores it in an other file
This command compares file2 with file1 and removes the lines that are in file1 from file2. Handy if you have a file where file1 was the origional and you want to remove the origional data from your file2.

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

convert ascii string to hex
Even adds a newline.

Query Wikipedia via console over DNS

Find the package that installed a command

Shows what processes need to be restarted after system upgrade
emerge,apt-get,yum... all update your system. This will at some point replace either a runtime dependency or a process (which is still running). This oneliner will list what processes need to be restarted

Synchronize date and time with a server over ssh
Set Remote Server Date using Local Server Time (push)

Open Perl module source in your editor
Ever needed to look at the Perl source of an installed module on your system? This works in 90% of cases.

Kill any process with one command using program name
This will kill all. e.g. killall firefox


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