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get ip of all running docker containers
pretty self explanitory

Find class in jar

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

Show LAN IP with ip(8)
$ ip address show | grep eth0 | sed '1d' | awk '{print $2}' does the same, but shows network-prefix.

list files recursively by size

Opens an explorer.exe file browser window for the current working directory or specified dir (Fixed)
This alternative either opens the current working directory by just issuing the open function in the commandline. Or you can specify what directory you would like to open. Example: open /cygdrive/c/Windows Usage: open [path] When no option is specified it will open the current working directory

Count the number of characters in each line

Speed up builds and scripts, remove duplicate entries in $PATH. Users scripts are oftern bad: PATH=/apath:$PATH type of thing cause diplicate.

renice by name

Terminate a frozen SSH-session
A key sequence for terminating a frozen session. Full sequence on a swedish keyboard: [ENTER] [ALTGR] tilde [SPACE] dot


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