Read/write filesystem support for Android.
While it doesn't offer pure read/write access like you'd expect, this lets you mount things. You can use any other file manager (I use ), and it prompts to download it
Has a free version, but I don't know what the difference between that and the pay version is.
NTFS, exFAT, HFS+, FAT32, extFS
A ubiquitous byte-copying tool.
I use this for copying disks, partitions and ISOs.
A program, or Perl script, which does regular expression-enhanced batch renaming.
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"The GNU Find Utilities" is one of those packages that's installed everywhere.
find is one of those programs everyone ends up using and ends up being horrified at.
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Apparently it requires sqlite - but gem is fucking insane and locks my system up trying to update.
nice -n gem install sqlite