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Google Spell Checker
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Change display resolution
-s must be a valid resolution. You can get a list of valid (and supported) resolutions via `xrandr`.

Find the package that installed a command

alt + 1 .
alt + number + dot will insert last command argument at $number place, alt + 0 + . will print last command name. For example $ ls /tmp /var $ ls /usr /home alt + 1 + . will result in '/usr' , if you press alt + . again, it will result in '/tmp' alt + 0 + . -> 'ls'

Print a date from 3 days ago
This command prints the Date (Not time) from 3 days ago (72 hours ago). This works on systems without GNU date (MacOSX , Solaris, FreeBSD).

Extract audio from Flash video (*.flv) as mp3 file

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

Convert .flv to .3gp
Download YouTube videos as .flv and convert them to .3gp for your mobile phone.

Drop all tables from a database, without deleting it
Uses two comands, requieres mysqldump, but works as expected.

Find how far nested you are in subshells


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