I'm trying to get all the files which have 'load' in their names from a directory. I'm trying to do: find -type f | sed -s 'load However, I recurrently receive an error sed: -e expression #1, char ...
Just curious if there's a way I can show the output between two markers? I was trying grep -r "<cron_expr>.*</run>" * but it doesn't seem to be returning as expected. Which is to say its ...
I run the following command: sudo iwlist eth0 scan and get output that looks like this: Cell 01 - Address: AB:CD:EF:12:34:56 ESSID:"name" Protocol:IEEE 802.11g ...
I am trying to change the path in whole lot of m3u files. I know I can do it with regexxer f.e. but I'm trying to learn bash. This is the command I figured out, but it is not working. grep -lr -i -e ...