Show apps that use internet connection at the moment.

lsof -P -i -n | cut -f 1 -d " "| uniq | tail -n +2
show only the name of the apps that are using internet
Sample Output
kopete
ktorrent
firefox-b

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By: edo
2009-09-19 21:23:54

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What Others Think

That should be tail -n +2 to get rid of the header. +1 means start from the first line, which means it shows all lines.
tremby · 625 weeks and 6 days ago
An alternative to tail -n +2 is sed 1d (slightly easier to type :)
ger · 623 weeks and 4 days ago
If you want to know more about coding you’re welcome to read this blog https://litslink.com/blog/top10-important-coding-languages-2020
Cullmen · 52 weeks and 3 days ago

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