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  1. Shell script for read a txt file and create a new file

    Hi, I have .txt file which contains below content. MAIN 2014-15-10 SKIP RUN XXX I need to read this file and write a new txt file which...

    Started by Saajan, 10-15-2014
    • Replies: 6
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    10-19-2014 Go to last post
  2. Bash script loop through subdirectories and write to file

    I have no idea I have spent a lot of hours dealing with this problem. I need to write script. Script should loop recursively through subdirectories...

    Started by CROSP, 10-18-2014
    • Replies: 5
    • Views: 1,741
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  3. Web dev. question

    Hello, some time back I was on a banking website, and I clicked on the "Account Statement" link. It wasn't coming for quite a while, so I clicked it...

    Started by resetreset, 10-14-2014
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 528
    10-15-2014 Go to last post
  4. openstreetmap-data: how to port over the data

    hello dear linux-experts new to openstreetmap - and all the features: if i run the code below - on overpass-turbo.eu - which is a tool to do...

    Started by sayhello, 10-14-2014
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 581
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  5. gzipping a webpage dynamically generated in PHP

    ... how do I do this? Doing this command line is easy enough, php page.php | gzip, but how do i do it in Apache, ie. on the web? Also, what kind of...

    Started by resetreset, 10-09-2014
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 462
    10-13-2014 Go to last post
  6. How are SEO URLs accomplished?

    I have only a hazy idea of how to actually DO SEO friendly URLs, but what I'd like to know is how mod_rewrite in Apache WORKS, ie. what passes...

    Started by resetreset, 10-09-2014
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 416
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  7. [SOLVED] why read() is blocking in the case of reading one end of pipe

    read call is blocking, I have tried to explain what is the problem, please help me understand the problem. I have two doubts and both are related to...

    Started by tarunchawla, 10-12-2014
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 467
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  8. how to port over osm data into a wordpress widget

    hello and good day dear linux-experts well i want to add a business-directory to joomla and want to run this below mentioned code on...

    Started by sayhello, 10-12-2014
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 537
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  9. SAFE MODE Restriction in effect - what does this mean

    hello dear linux-friends on a root server - with several domains with different vhost (configurations) i run several wordpress on domains...

    Started by sayhello, 10-11-2014
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 309
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  10. Script needed

    Hi guys, I have generated files as follows: File.20141001.102344 File.20141004.211223 File.20141007.231805 where 20141001 is the date and...

    Started by lamqta, 10-08-2014
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 555
    10-10-2014 Go to last post
  11. How to do fuzzy searching on a MySQL field?

    I know it CAN be done, ie. if a DB has "dog" in it, and I search for "odg", I want to get it, but what I REALLY want to know is... - how is this...

    Started by resetreset, 10-09-2014
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 391
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  12. Geotargeting in browser - how?

    I'm a little concerned by the way websites are identifying me - I want to know, first of all - how does geolocation work? How is your location...

    Started by resetreset, 09-04-2014
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  13. xlang

    Wife is out shopping so I used my time well and created a new language. I call it xlang because it's whole purpose is to print the value of x. x has...

    Started by gregm, 10-05-2014
    • Replies: 0
    • Views: 448
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  14. Programmer's humor...

    Some XKCD: xkcd: tar I had to think for a while (no google, no manpages, just my brain). It took me over a minute to come up with: tar xvfz...

    Started by Miven, 10-03-2014
    • Replies: 6
    • Views: 808
    10-04-2014 Go to last post
  15. Scripting from a windows box to a linux box

    Background : I work on a Windows machine and I use Putty to remote into several different Linux boxes. I am wanting to write a script to open the...

    Started by brooks9, 10-03-2014
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 580
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  16. Which is the best linux os used by programmers?

    Hello linux programers!! I am new to linux. I am following software engineering. I think to use linux for my programming environment. So what is the...

    Started by hellolinux112, 09-14-2014
    • Replies: 8
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  17. egrep question

    ..or grep in general I guess. So, how do I grep for a string that has a period in it? I want to find all occurrences of something like "1.2.3"...

    Started by RayAID, 10-02-2014
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 391
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  18. How to export source code to a file

    Hi all, I am writing a script that exports other scripts to files, like an installer, but I having trouble echoing the following string to a...

    Started by flit, 10-02-2014
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 988
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  19. Learning Scripting, Help on this one please

    Hi, I am learning bash scripts, and my chanllenge is to create a script that asks the user to input a grade from 0 to 100, the script will respond...

    Started by mussussu, 09-28-2014
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 575
    10-01-2014 Go to last post
  20. connecting a database in python runs into errors

    hello dear linux-experts well this is somewhat difficult - why do i get these results!!?` here the original posting fairly new to python...

    Started by sayhello, 09-07-2014
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    • Replies: 16
    • Views: 1,762
    09-28-2014 Go to last post

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