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rsync over ssh using alternative port number
Useful, when you need to backup/copy/sync a folder over ssh with a non standard port number

Remove any RPMs matching a pattern
This should be an option to rpm, but isn't. I wind up using it a lot because I always forget the full name of the packages I want to delete.

list with full path

Determine status of a RAID write-intent bitmap
Report information about a bitmap file.

simple port check command

Recursively remove directory with many files quickly
rsync'ing an empty directory over a directory to be deleted recursively is much faster than using rm -rf, for various reasons. Relevant only for directories with really a lot of files.

Check whether laptop is running on battery or cable
In my case it was actually like this...

show rpm packages scriptlets

Pretty man pages under X

Rename files in batch


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