Here are some quick and easy bash commands to solve every day problems I run into. Comment and leave some of your own if you like. I might update this post with new ones over time. These are just some common ones.
Iterate through directory listing and remove the file extension from each file ls -1 | while read each; do new=`echo $each |sed 's/\(.*\)\..*/\1/'` && echo $new && mv "$each" "$new"; done Output relevant process info, and nothing else ps axo "user,pid,ppid,%cpu,%mem,tty,stime,state,command"| grep -v "grep" | grep $your-string-here Setup a SOCKS5 proxy on localhost port 5050, to tunnel all traffic through a destination server ssh -N -D 5050 username@destination_server' Setup a SOCKS5 proxy via a remote TOR connection, using local port 5050 and remote TOR port 9050 ssh -L 5050:127.0.0.1:9050 username@destination_server' Display text or code file contents to screen but don't display any # comment lines sed -e '/^#/d' $1 < …[Read more]