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saved my life a few times desu
Sourcing bash files is how you "include" a file into the current shell instead of a subshell. Its handy to update the current shell by sourcing .bashrc if changes were made to it.
Also piping to grep is one of the best things ever. There may be search options for a command but if you dont know them at least you know grep.
Working on a fake antivirus for Linux to throw off my IT department at school. They think Windows is the only OS and won't let you use your computer if it doesn't have antivirus so fuck them. Also this makes Arch a fuck ton easier to install: https://github.com/helmuthdu/aui
I made a script for my OSMC/Kodi box that searches youtube for trailers of all the movies in my database, and downloads them into a folder for use with the "Cinema Experience"/"Cinema Vision" plug in.
Seeing trailers for other films on the HDD before watching a film is a sweet way to remember hidden gems you have.
Definitely the most "useful" bash script I've written.
Gets dub dubs. Appears you don't need it.
That code gets you 2 pairs of identical digits at the end of a 4chan post number. A single pair is often called "dubs". 2 non matching pairs is "dub dubs". 2 matching pairs are often called "quads" or "4xget" or "Alfred pips"
>>51510088 got them anyway, so doesn't need to use that command.
Does that help, newfriend?
I wrote a shell script to use curl and some variable magic to get crime data from crimemappings.com, and take every CaseNumber, and run it through the ReportSearch script at the fort worth police department's website.
Because my mom thinks i'm 'losing time' and passing out in random peoples' driveways.
So I was trying to find the police report of the incident, so that I could prove it wasn't me.
It's odd the ways you end up using your computer skills sometimes. (not that my skills are any good)
It's a fork bomb. It basically opens so many processes, your system slows down too the point that it freezes.