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Have you ever want to split a large file into several small files? I’ve face this problem few days ago.
After I began using the mrxvt terminal, I wanted to give it Japanese capability.
A few posts ago, we learnt how to kill by name (killall "name"). We also know how "xargs" works. (See previous posts if you don't know to use either)
T his beep sound is annoying under Linux, how do I disable it forever under Debian / Fedora / RHEL / Red Hat / Ubuntu Linux? There are diffrent methods to disable / turn of beep under Linux (turn off terminal beep). Use any one of the following method as per your requirements.
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The UNIX grep command can be used to not only find a pattern, but it can be used to find the line number in the file where the pattern is found.
By Julius C. Duque , December 01, 2003 The Unix command and a few Perl tricks can produce some useful file-finding utilities.
When working with regular expressions in a shell script the norm is to use grep or sed or some other external command/program. Since version 3 of bash (released in 2004) there is another option: bash's built-in regular expression comparison operator "=~". Bash's regular expression comparison operator takes a string on the left and an extended regular expression on the right.
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-p parameter tells wget to include all files, including images. -e robots=off you don't want wget to obey by the robots.txt file
Here's a list of 10 commands which may come handy when using the command line in Linux: Search for all files modified in the last N days containing a specific text in their name
I'll try to explain things as much as possible, so whether you are familiar to programming or not, you should find it easy to learn Perl and be comfortable with using this language after the end of this series of articles.History of Perl Larry Wall created a scripting language in 1987, which he called the "Practical Extraction and Report Language". It was designed as a text-processing language for Unix operating systems.
Por tekstoredaktado Unikode kaŭ Esperante, mi rekomendas na UniRed kaj Simredo ! Editing/textprocessing is a hobby of mine. Yes, I actually enjoy messing around with these utilities, and have written some small editors in Assembler, Forth and C.