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Re-emerge all ebuilds with missing files (Gentoo Linux)

Stream audio over ssh ogg version
Stream OGG vorbis over ssh.

for newbies, how to get one line info about all /bin programs
Get simple description on each file from /bin dir, in list form, usefull for newbies.

interactive rss-based colorful commandline-fu reader perl oneliner (v0.1)
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Grab a list of MP3s out of Firefox's cache
Ever gone to a site that has an MP3 embedded into a pesky flash player, but no download link? Well, this one-liner will yank the names of those tunes straight out of FF's cache in a nice, easy to read list. What you do with them after that is *ahem* no concern of mine. ;)

list files recursively by size

Generate Random Text based on Length
Random text of length "$1" without the useless cat command.

Replace Every occurrence of a word in a file
Replace 'this' with 'that'

resize(1/2) the image using imagemagick

extract email addresses from some file (or any other pattern)


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