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Jan
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comment How to know what options each command has?
Use the manual command to get information: man mount.
Jan
25
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
14
answered Default environment for screen is /bin/sh when it should be /bin/bash?
Dec
9
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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Dec
9
answered Merge files using a common column
Dec
9
answered Can anyone tell me how can this be achieved?
Dec
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Dec
3
revised why my desktop entry file not working for a perl program?
`.desktop` tag
Dec
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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.
Nov
16
comment Bash Script: Batch file rename to remove/change all characters illegal under a windows filesystem
@Ludicael: find runs recursively.
Nov
16
revised Bash Script: Batch file rename to remove/change all characters illegal under a windows filesystem
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Nov
16
comment Bash Script: Batch file rename to remove/change all characters illegal under a windows filesystem
For safety, you might first run it with echo mv instead of mv to check the output.
Nov
16
answered Bash Script: Batch file rename to remove/change all characters illegal under a windows filesystem
Nov
16
revised Bash Script: Batch file rename to remove/change all characters illegal under a windows filesystem
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Oct
29
comment Complicated text manipulation with awk
This could be better answered at StackOverflow as it's not realted to Ubuntu. Also, are the relevant lines always adjacent?
Oct
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