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Jan
21
comment Execute commands on hidden files
Or, cat * .* | whatever
Jan
20
comment batch “convert” into jpg with nice alpha flatten
mogrify and convert are both programs from the ImageMagick project. There may be some exceptions, but generally they have the same options.
Jan
20
revised batch “convert” into jpg with nice alpha flatten
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Jan
20
answered batch “convert” into jpg with nice alpha flatten
Jan
20
comment batch “convert” into jpg with nice alpha flatten
Can mogrify not use the -flatten option, then?
Dec
5
awarded  Yearling
Nov
1
comment Is Linux getting less or more secure?
Of course, those servers typically won't be running xwindows, or a web browser, or many of the dozens of other pieces of software that are frequently used on the desktop.
Oct
26
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
23
awarded  Necromancer
Jul
31
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
4
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
16
answered How do I remove lines of a file which contain a specific string?
Jun
16
comment How do I remove lines of a file which contain a specific string?
You could use grep -Fv adf.ly input.txt > output.txt for better performance on very large files.
May
16
comment How to delete all files except one named file from a specific folder
You can prevent find from being recursive with a -maxdepth 1
May
10
comment for loop syntax in shell script
@heemayl -- Not trolling, I just had to double-check the seq syntax before I included it
May
10
revised for loop syntax in shell script
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May
10
revised for loop syntax in shell script
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May
10
answered for loop syntax in shell script
May
1
comment Making reverse-incremental-search in terminal easier using comments
I understand that you're trying to make things easier, but the concept of comments is pretty easy to understand ('the terminal ignores anything to the right of a hash symbol' or something along those lines), and using 'hashtag' seems like it would lead to more confusion if anything