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  1. Almost there: Problem expanding variable correctly in sed

    I have the following variable set in a script: TEST="Started at Mon Jan 30 00:10:38 MST 2017" I try to find the last instance of it in a file. I...

    Started by jdh239, 3 Weeks Ago
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  2. regex replace string

    Greetings i have a large file that i need to modify where the lines looks like: something-blue black "#WHITE/>" "AB/C/D/EF/>" "L/F/AB/BGM/>"...

    Started by bishop2001, 4 Weeks Ago
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  3. traffic sheduler, where it is called in the kernel?

    Hi, where in the linux networking code are network packets assigned a sheduler like pfifo? i guess it must be somewhere in this function:...

    Started by Havana_Cola, 01-21-2017
    • Replies: 5
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  4. Question Using arrow keys in heredoc

    I have a build system that runs for about 5 minutes before requiring user input for exiting a curses-based config program. The user has to hit right...

    Started by doug4, 01-20-2017
    • Replies: 1
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  5. [SOLVED] C-Shell script passing arguments problem

    I found something insteresting when I tested passing arguments into my scripts. My scripts is as below. % cat passarg.env #!/bin/csh echo...

    Started by bestard, 01-12-2017
    • Replies: 9
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  6. Post Connecting to linux server using plink invoking GNU Screen & virtualev

    Hi I am currently working on a project which requires that I connect to a linux Server running Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and runs some python scripts. I...

    Started by yuristickney, 01-10-2017
    • Replies: 7
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  7. Script to Kill process if it is taking too long

    Hi I am running a command on several files. Sometimes it takes too long to execute the command on heavy file. I wrote this script to kill the process...

    Started by paulk2017, 01-11-2017
    • Replies: 1
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  8. bash get larger numerical match from multiple matching lines

    greetings. i have output which looks like the following: Jan 10 joe 2017 10:15:10 something for 2 but not from 3 pcs Jan 10 joe 2017 10:15:10...

    Started by bishop2001, 01-10-2017
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  9. C program under Linux

    I have recently(yesterday) started trying to learn linux and to program in this os. Now, one interesting and probably easy problem I came across...

    Started by JoeyMoey, 01-05-2017
    • Replies: 5
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  10. *.php script dont work

    Hi, I have problems widht this PHP from website on my raspberry pi Itīs just 2 buttons to turn the relay on or of But nothing happens when i click...

    Started by hasseswe, 01-03-2017
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 380
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  11. shell parameter with #

    Teradata BTEQ script contains the following string with shell parameter: $CheckVar#LoadVar What does it mean? What does the part after sharp mean?...

    Started by oogolov, 01-02-2017
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  12. sourcing a script and passing arguments . $HOMEDIR/ function1 echo "DATE1 = $DATE1" function1() {

    Started by linuxamateur886, 12-27-2016
    • Replies: 2
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  13. Multicasting

    Hi there! I have an application that performs a discovery via a Multicast and SLP. I have learnt that routers, by default, do not allow Multicast...

    Started by jesusitoLinux, 12-20-2016
    • Replies: 1
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  14. Question How do you make an implementation of code inside the kernel?

    I've been set with the task which requires me to make an implementation of Hash_Drbg, the code I was given lies in the kernel and can be found if you...

    Started by Jauck, 12-17-2016
    • Replies: 2
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  15. Python: Initializing package manager based on distribution?

    Ok so I'm writing a python script that executes Java & Git commands. as such I need to verify these apps are installed and install them if they are...

    Started by Saorthoil, 12-22-2016
    • Replies: 1
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  16. BASH: simple script, check file modified date if loop

    Hi I'm very new in regards to unix programming.. I come from powershell. I'm setting up a kiosk RPI to show a powerpoint. The thought is that...

    Started by Symbiot78, 12-13-2016
    • Replies: 3
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  17. Run process on one core ecxlusively?

    Hi, I think about using a (somewhat) realtime application on a SoC with Ubuntu operating system. I know, typically a realtime Linux is needed for...

    Started by Elmi, 12-15-2016
    • Replies: 4
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  18. commandline: eml to msg conversion

    Hi Does anyone know a simple way to convert .eml email messages to .msg? Apparently there is a perl app (somewhere) that can do it but has anyone...

    Started by KevinYeandel, 08-02-2010
    • Replies: 2
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  19. Using an implementation of Hash_drbg

    I am having trouble using the implementation of hash_drbg that can be found if you search 'drbg implementation'. it should be the first link from...

    Started by Jauck, 12-16-2016
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  20. trimming string in file

    Hello, I have a file with two differente lines, 20 characters each, named here sample1 and sample2: sample1 ABBAABBABABABABABABB sample2...

    Started by green2016, 12-16-2016
    • Replies: 5
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