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Copy files for backup storage
Backup a whole directory copying only updated files.

Fibonacci With Case
Returns the '$1'th Fibonacci number.

Finds all files from / on down over specified size.
Very useful for finding all files over a specified size, such as out of control log files chewing up all available disk space. Fedora Core x specific version.

List only executables installed by a debian package
Maybe not clean with big package and too long argument. But return every file who can be executed.

Remove all unused kernels with apt-get
Remove old kernels (*-generic and *-generic-pae) via apt-get on debian/ubuntu based systems. Tested on ubuntu 10.04 - 12.04.

Convert encoding from cp1252 (MS Windows) to UTF-8 on source code files

Remove duplicate lines whilst keeping empty lines and order
Remove duplicate lines whilst keeping order and empty lines

Generat a Random MAC address
Just increase the 1 at the end if you want to generate more than one. (Alternative to "| head -n N" you could use the -b flag of od: -b $[6*N]

run command on a group of nodes in parallel
The pee command is in the moreutils package.

Send remote command output to your local clipboard
This command will copy command's output into your local clipboard


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