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print contents of file from line 1 until we match regex
Start printing the contents of filename to stdout, until a matching line to regex is found, then stop.

sort list of email addresses by domain.tld
email random list can be created here: https://www.randomlists.com/email-addresses

grep -v with multiple patterns.
Use multiple patterns with grep -v. So you can print all lines in a file except those containing the multiple patterns you specify.

Get Cisco network information
This gives you lots of nifty Cisco network information like VLAN tag, port and switch information.

Find usb device in realtime
Using this command you can track a moment when usb device was attached.

Add an iptables rule on RH/CentOs before the reject
Rather then editing the /etc/sysconfig/iptables file, or during a kickstart doing some awk/sed magic, easily add a rule in the correct place within iptables

List contents of jar
useful to find the list of dependencies

Nice weather forecast on your shell
Change Seville for your prefered city.

Clear ARP table in linux.
Clears the "arp" table, without entering manually addresses (tested in Ubuntu).

List all installed PERL modules by CPAN
This command will give you the detailed information about the installed perl modules i.e. installed path, Link type, version, files etc.


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