Commands tagged touch (14)

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Massive change of file extension (bash)
Change the file extension in batch. Useful to create output file names with same input name but distinct extension by including logic inside the loop

Clear terminal Screen
Probably the quickest / easiest way to clear the screen.

Hold off any screensavers/timeouts
Moves the mouse 1 pixel down and to the right, then immediately back again, every 4 minutes. This keeps screensavers from turning on. I have used this extensively and I've never even noticed the mouse movement because it is so subtle.

Check your spelling
For when you need a quick spell check.

Create a zip archive excluding all SVN folders

Get your local IP regardless of your network interface
Shows only IP-addresses of ifconfig except 127.0.0.0/8. I fixed the script to work on more systems and configs short info /inet/!d; #grep inet /127.0/d; # grep -v 127.0 /dr:\s/d; # grep -v dr: s/^.*:\(.*\)B.*$/\1/ # remove everything exept between : and B

Watch a movie in linux without the X windows system.

list files recursively by size

To find the uptime of each process-id of particular service or process

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


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