Commands tagged search and replace (12)

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convert ascii string to hex
just a bit simpler

Dump snapshot of UFS2 filesystem, then gzip it
Opens a snapshot of a live UFS2 filesystem, runs dump to generate a full filesystem backup which is run through gzip. The filesystem must support snapshots and have a .snap directory in the filesystem root. To restore the backup, one can do $ zcat /path/to/adXsYz.dump.gz | restore -rf -

diff files while disregarding indentation and trailing white space

Check if you work on a virtual/physical machine in Linux
Command used to know if we are working on a virtual or physical machine. This command will use the dmidecode utility to retrieve hardware information of your computer via the BIOS. Run this command as root or with sudo.

Detect Language of a string
Usage: $ detectlanguage Example: $ detectlanguage hola

Customer Friendly free
makes more sense to customers XD

bash alias for sdiff: differ
this is just okey

most used unix commands

Get all IPs via ifconfig

Remove the first and the latest caracter of a string


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