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  1. [SOLVED] How to run a command inside a command on a bash script?

    This is fairly simple. What I'm trying to achieve is have a folder created with the current unix timestamp. What I'm doing ATM is this: ...

    Started by Pyrobisqit, 05-08-2013
    • Replies: 5
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  2. Unhappy BCP failing

    Dear All, we are in process of migrating our script from Solaris 8 to LINUX. We are converting the scripts to ksh. There is one script which uses...

    Started by brijeshkumar_77, 05-08-2013
    • Replies: 0
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  3. Awk (III)

    Still trying to get familiar with awk. How does awk deal with elements in columns from different rows? Given: AA ZKYYG BB QRTBG CC TRFDG DD...

    Started by sponge, 05-08-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  4. Another about awk

    Just ran into another question: having this data AA ZKYYG BB QRTBG CC TRFDG DD LHSDF How can I ask awk to print column 1 from all...

    Started by sponge, 05-04-2013
    • Replies: 4
    • Views: 674
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  5. How to get ARGV to work in Perl

    Hello, I am using a new install of cygwin that has Perl and everything works fine, but not ARGV. If I try to print this: print "$ARGV"; I...

    Started by vendetta1, 05-06-2013
    • Replies: 3
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  6. Strange thing debugging with GDB

    Hi, I am debugging a program with gdb and something that I don't understand is happening. After serveral hours working ok, the program gets stuck...

    Started by occam25, 05-04-2013
    • Replies: 3
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  7. how to use flock between C program and shell script

    I have a shell script and a c program #!/bin/bash for i in `seq 1 10000` do (flock -x 200 //...

    Started by esolve, 05-06-2013
    • Replies: 0
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  8. [SOLVED] Argument list too long

    I’m trying to use a while/do loop inside a bash script ( to read data from a tab-delimited text file (named “test”) into an array. As...

    Started by BadTypist, 05-04-2013
    • Replies: 4
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  9. Bash: Trying to make an if statement

    Hello, I'm trying to make a script file that has an if statement that would be true if the line that is being read starts with the word "crush". Then...

    Started by vendetta1, 05-05-2013
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 480
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  10. Help with awk

    Hey all, I have this two-column set of data: Example.txt APP LHYYG APP LHTBG APP LHFDG APP LHSDF

    Started by sponge, 05-04-2013
    • Replies: 2
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  11. bash loop

    Dear Linux/Bash guru, We are trying to write a concise script to make the print out file ,run.pbs.A, like the following: #!/bin/bash ibrun...

    Started by psu4, 04-21-2013
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    • Replies: 15
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  12. zip vs. find + xargs

    I've inherited a bash script. I'm not sure why the original author chose the method he did to get the desired results. Being fairly new to linux...

    Started by prickett, 05-02-2013
    • Replies: 2
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  13. Question replace path in multiple html files

    Hi, I've used wget (with mirror) to download a site. All is fine with that part, however the paths in the html files are now incorrect. They...

    Started by yeleek, 05-01-2013
    • Replies: 3
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  14. Linux Software Appliance

    I was curious about how these various hardware and software appliances are created. Many vendors give you no local GUI & shell access, and a web...

    Started by georgedavid, 04-27-2013
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 691
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  15. [SOLVED] How to set /usr/bin/env ruby to an arbitrary ruby?

    When I run scripts with a shebang such as #!/usr/bin/env ruby I'd like to invoke a particular ruby. Right now, I haven't told /usr/bin/env where I...

    Started by hobuscorpus, 04-28-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  16. How is the Linux system architectured?

    This came to mind when I was thinking about WebGL and getting it running - do you have to FIRST install the video card drivers and THEN install...

    Started by resetreset, 04-26-2013
    • Replies: 1
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  17. GDB debugging trace with no relevant info (#0 0x2e6e6f69 in ??)

    I am facing a specific challenge while debugging with GDB. My binary is generating core. When i am debugging it GDB. I am not getting relevant...

    Started by raghuvendra, 04-23-2013
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 759
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  18. [SOLVED] catting multiple files with the same "name" but dfrnt prefix / suffix

    so i'm running into a mental block with this sh / bash script... from sql, i spool a file for messages sent to a group, then one for a person...

    Started by glamiss, 04-24-2013
    • Replies: 1
    • Views: 475
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  19. pthreads + slow sys calls (C)

    Hey, So I'm writing an application set (client and server). It makes use of both sockets and pthreads. Now I've been getting this error:...

    Started by Syndacate, 04-21-2013
    • Replies: 2
    • Views: 862
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  20. GET command and Netcat

    Hey guys! Writing a little program for testing purposes... The program makes use of the GET command and NC to open a socket to a www server...Hoping...

    Started by networkguy, 04-20-2013
    • Replies: 3
    • Views: 768
    04-22-2013 Go to last post

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