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Sort specific lines while editing within vi
Sort lines within vi editor. In this example sort lines 33-61 and lines 4-9 asciibetically.

Anti Syn Ddos
Ddos syn attack

Scan a gz file for non-printable characters and display each line number and line that contains them.
Scans the file once to build a list of line numbers that contain non-printable characters Scans the file again, passing those line numbers to sed as two commands to print the line number and the line itself. Also passes the output through a tr to replace the characters with a ?

Clean apt-get and gpg cache and keys
Cleans apt-get and gpg cache and keys

Create the directoty recursively

Remove apps with style: nuke it from orbit
You can't stand programs x, y, and z. Remove all trace of their existence by adding this function to your config. It will remove the cruft, the settings, and such and such. This function doesn't even give a damn about you trying to remove programs that don't exist: it'll just for loop to the next one on your hit list.

Watch Network Service Activity in Real-time

cd into the latest directory

Chrome sucks

Check the status of a network interface


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