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Speaking of color. Anyone who is using colorize ? Can be found at : http://www.colorize.raszi.hu/ A nice way to freshen up your log files with lots of color...
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    Linux Enthusiast Opnosforatou's Avatar
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    Speaking of color. Anyone who is using colorize ?
    Can be found at : http://www.colorize.raszi.hu/

    A nice way to freshen up your log files with lots of color
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    Command of the day..
    Code:
    init 0.
    Night all

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    for gentoo users that want to see statistics on merges and such:
    Code:
    genlop <option> <package/class>
    and to find out what package owns a file in portage:
    Code:
    qpkg -fp <file>
    -fp matches *<file>* so if you just know part of it, it'll find it
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    Well...I would have a command of the day if my iBook was working...
    "Time is an illusion. Lunchtime, doubly so."
    ~Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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    here's another one for gentoo users.. this one checks for broken deps and rebuilds packages that need to be rebuilt do to missing/broken libs/deps:
    Code:
    revdep-rebuild
    there's no manpage, but it does have a --help option...
    Their code will be beautiful, even if their desks are buried in 3 feet of crap. - esr

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    (ok, this in another day so it's time for a new command of the day )
    Code:
    cvs ci
    One of the best and easiest (for all of you who hasn't setup a CVS read: "after propper setup/battle + configuration/beating" ) way to backup a source tree.

    CVS has saved my head from the wall many times (and I've only been using it for a few weeks so far (so good))
    Regards Scienitca (registered user #335819 - http://counter.li.org )
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    For the paranoid shred.

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    How about:

    Code:
    urpmi
    Nothing installs easier, faster or simpler. Not even MS!

    Jeremy
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    "All The Dude ever wanted was his rug back" - The Dude

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    Code:
    df -h
    and

    Code:
    wtf
    are both excelent commands

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