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Michał Ży 7 months ago
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@@ -114,8 +114,9 @@ Only main chapters:
- **[Hacking/Penetration Testing](#hackingpenetration-testing-toc)**
- **[Your daily knowledge and news](#your-daily-knowledge-and-news-toc)**
- **[Other Cheat Sheets](#other-cheat-sheets-toc)**
- **[One-liners](#one-liners-toc)**
- **[Shell functions](#shell-functions-toc)**
- **[Shell One-liners](#shell-one-liners-toc)**
- **[Shell Tricks](#shell-tricks-toc)**
- **[Shell Functions](#shell-functions-toc)**

## :trident:  The Book of Secret Knowledge (Chapters)

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#### One-liners &nbsp;[<sup>[TOC]</sup>](#anger-table-of-contents)
#### Shell One-liners &nbsp;[<sup>[TOC]</sup>](#anger-table-of-contents)

##### Table of Contents

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```bash
vimdiff file1 file2
```

###### Compare two JSON files

```bash
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```

###### Compare Hex dump

```bash
d(){ vimdiff <(f $1) <(f $2);};f(){ hexdump -C $1|cut -d' ' -f3-|tr -s ' ';}; d ~/bin1 ~/bin2
d(){ vimdiff <(f $1) <(f $2);};f(){ hexdump -C $1 | cut -d' ' -f3- | tr -s ' ';}; d ~/bin1 ~/bin2
```

###### diffchar
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perl -lne '$i++; $in += length($_); END { print "$i lines, $in characters"; }' filename
```

#### Shell Tricks &nbsp;[<sup>[TOC]</sup>](#anger-table-of-contents)

When you get a shell, it is generally not very clean, but after following these steps, you will have a fairly clean and comfortable shell to work with.

1) `script /dev/null -c bash`
2) Ctrl-Z (to send it to background)
3) `stty raw -echo; fg` (returns the shell to foreground)
4) `reset` (to reset terminal)
5) `xterm` (when asked for terminal type)
6) `export TERM=xterm; export SHELL=bash`

#### Shell functions &nbsp;[<sup>[TOC]</sup>](#anger-table-of-contents)

##### Table of Contents


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