Some Random One-liner Linux Commands [Part 1]

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  1. Todd says:

    This is a good summary, some of the commands I forgot, thank you for sharing, I have updated some of my command history, lol. I appreciate all of the items provided, I have provided a few for your review as well, always good to share:

    -> Present information about the disks running on the system with filesystems
    * for i in $(fdisk -l | awk ‘/^/dev/ {print $1}’); do tune2fs -l $i; done

    -> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14768609/remove-duplicates-entries-from-multiple-text-file-in-perl
    * sort –unique Remove_duplicate.txt
    * perl -lne ‘$seen{$_}++ and next or print;’ Remove_duplicate.txt

    -> Replace items – https://www.garron.me/en/bits/pearl-pie-search-replace-substitute-text-all-files-terminal.html
    * perl -pi -e ‘s///’

    -> Create ticker from rate.sx, if watch is run, it presents unreadable symbols
    * while true ; do curl rate.sx; done
    * while sleep 1; do curl rate.sx; done

    I thought this discussion was good as well, this may be good for your next iteration of your webpage.

    Please keep them coming, wonderful place to share thoughts.

    Todd

  2. elswerky says:

    number 33
    for me it worked by only ctrl+u without alt

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