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answered Interpreting !12 as string and not as terminal history
Feb
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comment Bash - Check directory for files against list of partial file names
@Arronical: It's possible, but you'll have to remove the path from the string, possible with file=${file##*/}.
Feb
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comment Print a String on Its Own Place in Unix Shell
@JacobVlijm: I can't imagine processing text files with fonts in bash.
Feb
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comment Bash - Check directory for files against list of partial file names
@terdon: The main difference is this works :-) The wildcard expansion is done just once, not every time you read a line from the list, which might be faster, too.
Feb
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answered Bash - Check directory for files against list of partial file names
Jan
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comment Bash script to insert letter based files into directories
unix.stackexchange.com/q/258553/13792
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comment How to know what options each command has?
Use the manual command to get information: man mount.
Jan
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comment “$: command not found ” is printed each time at the top of the terminal when I start it. Why is it doing so?
@Raphael: Exactly what the comment before it says.
Jan
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answered Default environment for screen is /bin/sh when it should be /bin/bash?
Dec
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comment Merge files using a common column
@LilloX: True, thanks. I tried but failed (typo).
Dec
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revised Merge files using a common column
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answered Merge files using a common column
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answered Can anyone tell me how can this be achieved?
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revised why my desktop entry file not working for a perl program?
`.desktop` tag
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comment How to fix this debug message upon Emacs startup?
Search for * in the .emacs.d/init.el file.
Nov
23
answered How to select the first line from each file in a directory and print it into a new text file
Nov
17
comment Perl file doesn't work in the Terminal
use warnings and use strict missing on lines 2 and 3.