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Suppress output of loud commands you don't want to hear from
This works even if there are spaces in any word in the command line.

Consolle based network interface monitor
ethstatus part of ethstatus package, is a consolle based monitor for network interfaces. Nicely display on screen a real time summary about bandwidth, speed and packets.

Count files beneath current directory (including subfolders)

Show the PATH, one directory per line
This is useful for examining the path.

list services running (as root)
A quick way to list services running

Rename all .jpeg and .JPG files to .jpg

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

count how many cat processes are running

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

ANSI Terminal Color Test using python
Pre-packaged python script that comes with Debian/Ubuntu.


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