Generate a random password 30 characters long

pwgen 30 1
The pwgen program generates passwords which are designed to be easily memorized by humans, while being as secure as possible. Human-memorable passwords are never going to be as secure as completely completely random passwords. [from pwgen man page]
Sample Output
$ pwgen 30 1

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