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Shows you how many hours of avi video you have.
midentify.sh is part of mplayer, but you might have to locate it on your box.

Recursively remove .svn directories

Recall “N”th command from your BASH history without executing it.

Which processes are listening on a specific port (e.g. port 80)
swap out "80" for your port of interest. Can use port number or named ports e.g. "http"

pattern match in awk - no grep
Rather than chain a string of greps together and pipe them to awk, use awk to do all the work. In the above example, a string would be output to stdout if it matched pattern1 AND pattern2, but NOT pattern3.

rgrep: recursive grep without .svn
Only excludes .svn from filenames.

find all file larger than 500M

Enable color pattern match highlighting in grep(1)
This will affect all invocations of grep, even when it is called from inside a script.

Print github url for the current url
Works for repos cloned via ssh or https.


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