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How much RAM is Apache using?
Display the amount of memory used by all the httpd processes. Great in case you are being Slashdoted!

parse html/stdin with lynx
strips html from stdin

Automatically rename tmux window using the current working directory
Adds a function that runs every time the prompt is rendered. The function grabs the CWD from PWD and issues a command to tmux to change the current window

Show 'Hardware path'-style tree of all devices in Linux

convert a web page into a png
This requires the command-line print extension (see #2861 for more details). I use it to make up complex images with formatted text using CSS and whatnot. It's a lot slicker than imagemagick for certain things. Now imagine using a local webserver with PHP and a database to generate the images. Oh, the possibilities...

Monitor TCP opened connections

Gets the english pronunciation of a phrase
Usage: say hello world how are you today

Insert a line for each n lines
specially usefull for sql scripts with insert / update statements, to add a commit command after n statements executed.

Get Unique Hostnames from Apache Config Files
Get a list of all the unique hostnames from the apache configuration files. Handy to see what sites are running on a server. A slightly shorter version.

Rename files in batch


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