Merge lp:~bdfhjk/clicompanion/fix-622063 into lp:clicompanion

Proposed by Marek Bardoński on 2012-01-13
Status: Merged
Approved by: David Caro on 2012-01-15
Approved revision: 106
Merge reported by: Duane Hinnen
Merged at revision: not available
Proposed branch: lp:~bdfhjk/clicompanion/fix-622063
Merge into: lp:clicompanion
Diff against target: 108 lines (+101/-0)
1 file modified
data/clicompanion2.config (+101/-0)
To merge this branch: bzr merge lp:~bdfhjk/clicompanion/fix-622063
Reviewer Review Type Date Requested Status
David Caro 2012-01-13 Approve on 2012-01-14
Review via email: mp+88558@code.launchpad.net
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David Caro (dcaro) wrote :

I've tested most of them (some have package dependencies), and all seem correct.

Thanks Marek

review: Approve

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1=== modified file 'data/clicompanion2.config'
2--- data/clicompanion2.config 2011-11-20 16:15:34 +0000
3+++ data/clicompanion2.config 2012-01-13 21:29:25 +0000
4@@ -48,3 +48,104 @@
5 cat ? ? | sort | uniq > ? file1, file2, file3 combine, sort and remove duplicates from 2 files
6 dpkg-query -W -f='${Installed-Size;10}\t${Package}\n' | sort -k1,1n List all installed packages by size
7 apropos ? command or package search the manual page names and descriptions
8+ip addr Display info about active network interfaces
9+ip route Display currently active routing table
10+dpkg -L ? Package name List all files installed by a given package
11+dpkg -S $(which ?) command name List which package installed given command
12+dpkg -S ? path (example /etc/wgetrc) List which package installed given file or directory
13+dpkg-deb -I ? .deb package file Display information about given .deb file
14+dpkg-deb -c ? .deb package file List contents of given .deb file
15+dpkg-source -x ? .dsc source package file Extract source package to current directory
16+sudo dpkg-reconfigure ? Package name Reconfigures given installed package
17+sudo dpkg -i ? .deb package file Installs given .deb package
18+find . -type d List all directories under current directory
19+find . -size +? File size (example 10M) List all files under current directory over given size
20+find . -mtime 0 List all files under current directory modified in last 24 hours
21+find . -mtime +? Number of days List all files under current directory modified more than given number of days ago
22+find . -newer ? filename List all files under current directory newer than given file
23+find . ! -newer ? filename List all files under current directory older than given file
24+find . ! -user $USER List all files under current directory not owned by current user
25+find . -user ? Username List all files under current directory owned by given user
26+find . -perm -2 ! -type l List all world-writeable files and directories under current directory
27+mount List all mounted filesysystems
28+mount -t ? Filesystem type (example ext4) List all mounted filesystems of given type
29+sudo umount ? Device or mount point Un-mount the filesystem from the given device or mount point
30+sudo mount -av Mount all automatically mounted filesystems (listed in /etc/fstab)
31+sudo mount ? ? device, mount point Mount given device at given mount point
32+sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda List partition table of first hard drive /dev/sda
33+sudo fdisk -l ? Device name (example /dev/sdb) List partition table of given device
34+du -sh . Display total size of all files and directories under current directory
35+du -skxc * .[^.]* |sort -n|tail -20 List disk usage in Kbytes of largest 20 files or subdirectories under current dir in current filesystem
36+du -skxc * .[^.]* |sort -n List disk usage in Kbytes of all files and directories under current directory in current filesystem
37+du -smxc * .[^.]* |sort -n|tail -20 List disk usage in Mbytes of largest 20 files or subdirectories under current dir in current filesystem
38+du -smxc * .[^.]* |sort -n List disk usage in Mbytes of all files and directories under current directory in current filesystem
39+wget ? File URL (example http://example.com/somefile.html) Download single given file using http, ftp or https
40+wget -m ? Site URL (example http://example.com) Recursively download entire given site
41+ls -ltr List files, most recently modified last
42+ls -lAd .[^.]* List all files and directories starting with a dot (all hidden files and directories)
43+sudo lsof -c ? command name List files opened by processes beginning with given command name
44+sudo lsof +D ? directory List open files under given directory
45+sudo lsof -i List open (Internet) network sockets
46+sudo lsof -N List open NFS files
47+sudo lsof -U List open Unix domain files (Unix sockets)
48+tar axf ? Compressed tar archive (example somefile.tar.bz2) Extract given compressed tar archive to current directory
49+tar atf ? Compressed tar archive (example somefile.tar.gz) Test given compressed tar archive integrity
50+tar jcf ? ? Compressed tar archive filename (example myfiles.tar.bz2),File or directory spec Create .tar.bz2 compressed archive of given filespec
51+zip -r ? ? Zip file name (example myfiles.zip),file or directory spec Create .zip compressed archive of given filespec
52+unzip ? Zip file name Extract given compressed zip archive into current directory
53+gzip -9 ? Filename Compress given file using gzip, adding a .gz suffix to its name
54+bzip2 -9 ? Filename Compress given file using bzip2b, adding a .bz2 suffix to its name
55+gunzip ? Filename (example myfile.gz) Decompress given gzipped file, removing .gz suffix
56+bunzip2 ? Filename (example somefile.bz2) Decompress given bzip2'ed file, removing .bz2 suffix
57+gunzip -t ? Filename (example myfile.gz) Test compression of given gzipped file
58+bunzip2 -t ? Filename (example myfile.bz2) Test compression of given bzip2'ed file
59+cd $OLDPWD Change directory to previously used directory
60+pushd ? directory Change to given directory, remembering current directory on stack
61+popd Change to topmost directory on stack created by pushd
62+pwd List current directory
63+cd Change to home directory
64+sudo apt-get update Update database of available packages
65+sudo apt-get install ? Package Install given package and its dependencies
66+sudo apt-get remove ? Package Remove given package
67+sudo apt-get auto-remove Remove all packages installed as dependencies which are no longer needed
68+apt-get source ? Package Download and install given source package into current directory
69+date Display local date and time in local display format
70+date -R Display local date and time in RFC2822 format
71+date -u Display UTC time in local display format
72+date -u +%s Display UTC time in number of seconds past the epoch
73+ntpq -p List NTP time sources and their offsets
74+smbstatus List current status of local SAMBA server
75+smbclient -L \\\\? -N Hostname List shares and related information about SMB server on given host
76+testparm -s Test and display current SAMBA configuration
77+sudo service ? stop Service name Stop given service
78+sudo service ? start Service name Start given service
79+sudo service ? restart Service name Restart given service
80+sudo service ? status Service name Show status of given service
81+jobs List current jobs
82+fg ? jobspec (example %1) Run given job the foreground
83+bg ? jobspec (example %1) Run given job the background
84+suspend Suspend the currently running shell
85+md5sum ? filename or wildcard Display MD5 checksum of given file(s)
86+sha1sum ? filename or wildcard Display SHA-1 checksum of given file(s)
87+gpg --list-keys --list-options show-photos ? key id Display specified GnuPG key, with photo if present
88+gpg --list-keys Display GnuPG keys
89+gpg --clearsign ? filename Create a clearsigned copy of given filename with a .asc suffix
90+gpg -ea -r ? ? Key ID, filename Create encrypted armoured copy of given file with a .asc suffix, for decryption by user with given GnuPG key id
91+gpg -d ? filename Decrypt and display given file
92+gpg -c ? filename Encrypt given file using symetric cipher and prompt for passphrase, result in filename.gpg
93+gpg --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys ? Key ID Import public key with given key ID from Ubuntu keyserver
94+top Interactively display running processes (q to quit)
95+top -n1 Display a snapshot of currently running processes
96+htop Display configurable interactive process viewer (q to quit)
97+vmstat 5 Display information about virtual memory (process, swap, disk activity, etc.) every 5 seconds (Ctrl-C to quit)
98+iostat 5 Display information about io activity every 5 seconds (Ctrl-C to quit)
99+sudo jnettop -i eth0 Display information about network traffic (q to quit)
100+uptime Display how long system has been running and current load averages
101+sudo apt-get install packaging-dev Installs all the usual basic Debian/Ubuntu development and packaging tools
102+rmadison -u ubuntu ? package name Display versions of given source package in all releases of Ubuntu
103+rmadison -u debian ? package name Display versions of given source package in all releases of Debian
104+rmadison -u ubuntu -s precise ? package name Display version of given source package in Precise version of Ubuntu
105+rmadison -u debian -s unstable ? package name Display version of given source package in Debian unstable
106+sudoedit ? filename Edit filename with root priviledges
107+sudo visudo Edit sudo configuration file
108+

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