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  1. FAV

    transfer files via ssh

    Command to transfer files between servers using the command line.
    Bash 6 views posted 8 years ago by frigga
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    Command Line to Compile for Playbook using Blackberry SDK

    Bash 2 views posted 8 years ago by dim
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    Rename files from command line

    A couple of snippets useful for file management. I use these to make sure I understand how many files I'm about to modify, and then rename them.
    Bash 0 views posted 8 years ago by alassiter
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    Count files in a directory

    A very simple quick way to count the number of files in a directory.
    Bash 4 views posted 8 years ago by alassiter
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    robotic script done notification

    Bash saved by 3 people 8 views posted 9 years ago by adkatrit
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    add all files in a directory to svn command line

    Bash 5 views posted 9 years ago by edeustace
  7. FAV

    Send email using mail command on linux

    This command will email the contents of emailbody.txt to [email protected] with the subject My subject line.
    Bash 6 views posted 10 years ago by webonomic
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    Open app from command line: OSX

    Bash saved by 5 people 5 views posted 10 years ago by dorseye
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    Call Web Script From Cron Job and Log Ouput

    Bash saved by 6 people 4 views posted 10 years ago by iloveitaly
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    Line Number File And Copy To Clipboard

    Bash 3 views posted 10 years ago by iloveitaly
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    Subversion Inconsistent line ending style error message

    Bash 1 views posted 10 years ago by alexaivars
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    Add a Path to ".bash_profile"

    Bash 2 views posted 11 years ago by zachwood
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    Examine CRL file from the command line

    This rendition works for most of my tasks, but the inform may need to be changed to suit base64 encoded files.
    Bash 3 views posted 11 years ago by breakerjump
  14. FAV

    Before and After

    "-b" and "-a" tells grep to show you 10 lines before and 10 lines after
    Bash 1 views posted 11 years ago by lakedenman
  15. FAV

    Append Line to a File

    Running this command will append a line with given values to a file you specify. Replace words between < and > with the values you desire.
    Bash saved by 3 people 4 views posted 12 years ago by engel
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    fix permissions for files and directories

    Bash saved by 4 people 3 views posted 12 years ago by jhenry
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    using find to list old files based on date

    Bash saved by 8 people 2 views posted 12 years ago by jhenry
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