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This is fairly straightforward with recent versions of bash by using globbing and arrays, which is what I assume you mean by tables. First create some test files: path=/some/where touch $path/{a,b,c}_suffix.txt Here is an example that puts all files ending in _suffix.txt into the files array: files=("$path"/*_suffix.txt) To iterate over them you can ...


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What you call a table is usually called an array or a map. In bash, to create such an array: path="/home/user/Documents" suffix="_suffix.txt" files=( "$path"/*"$suffix" ) The * is a wildcard, which is expanded by the shell to all matching filenames (that have $path before it and $suffix after). The brackets (()) convert the expanded filenames into an ...


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Use /WEB-INF/duke.gif However, you need to access it as a resource from the servlet context. In your JSP: <% ServletContext ctx = request.getServletContext(); InputStream stream = ctx.getResourceAsStream("/WEB-INF/duke.gif"); %> I hope this helps...


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Use symbolic linking. First, you need to mount your 200Gb partition, if that has not already happened. You need to use the mount command to mount the partition manually; if that goes well, you may want to edit /etc/fstab to have the partition automatically mounted at reboot. Suppose the partition is mounted at /media/largedisk, and that all your music is ...


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It definitely seems like the aapt PATH problem I had a while back. I'm sure you have this all sorted out by now, but for other Linux users who may have the same problem, I have made a good apk kit in bash to avoid all these dependency problems called apk munky-rench. Check it out. At initial release, apk munky-rench has the following features: Unzip Apk ...


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First of all, welcome to Linux and Ubuntu. The messages you see in the command line are not to worry about. They are related to the FileZilla GUI and are more warnings than anything else; if the programme runs as expected leave it be. The easiest way to execute Filezilla from the command line as you ask is by creating an alias. Type the following command: ...


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You could add Desktop/Filezilla/bin/filezilla to you bash search path (where bash looks when you try to run a program). The command to do this is export. This post and this article have more information about adding to the search path. I do not know how to solve the error though.



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