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`Date` command formatting in Solaris Unix?
`Date` command formatting in Solaris Unix?
I wish did fix the issue. How to the below output using date formatting..!? Date command output should look like:
TAG : shell
Date : November 23 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Arun
How do I detach a process from the command prompt?
How do I detach a process from the command prompt?
To fix the issue you can do This might be dumb, but I can't find the answer to this question anywhere online and it seems like it should be super simple. I'm a beginner trying to run react-native on a virtual device, so I start by making the virtual
TAG : shell
Date : November 21 2020, 11:01 PM , By : user6064505
Final command in script (sed commands) not working
Final command in script (sed commands) not working
this will help The problem is the single quote in the string you're appending, It's time. It ends the opening single quote of your sed command.You can get a single quote by ending the first quote, putting your single quote between double quotes, then
TAG : shell
Date : November 20 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Zack Wang
Read file and search another file using awk
Read file and search another file using awk
it helps some times I am reading a file having numbers on each line. I need to search another file meeting conditions on those numbers and other conditions. I am trying to do this using awk, but face a problem. , Try:
TAG : shell
Date : November 19 2020, 11:01 PM , By : bens
How to keep vagrant configuration organized
How to keep vagrant configuration organized
will help you You dont necessarily need to do all this.Vagrant supports running ansible on the guest VM aka ansible local
TAG : shell
Date : November 15 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Makbul Chaudhari Cha
Using paste command inside shell script
Using paste command inside shell script
will be helpful for those in need paste expects its arguments to be the names of files, not the content of files. With bash, ksh, or zsh, there is a way around this. Replace:
TAG : shell
Date : November 12 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Jasp B
How to get the number from the script's result by shell command?
How to get the number from the script's result by shell command?
To fix the issue you can do I run a command and get below result: , You can pipe your command to sed. For one line output:
TAG : shell
Date : November 11 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Rifzky Alam
Why does sed behave differently in a shell script?
Why does sed behave differently in a shell script?
To fix this issue The issue was simply that I had a long-forgotten bash alias changing sed to gsed — the GNU version as installed by Homebrew. That explains why sed --version reported itself as gsed at the command line. I had checked which sed from b
TAG : shell
Date : November 03 2020, 11:01 PM , By : sandeep jangila
Linux shell script to copy and rename multiple files
Linux shell script to copy and rename multiple files
Hope that helps for the help. I have found the solution and thought I might post it here in case someone else will be looking at this. As the title suggests I needed a Linux shell script to copy and rename multiple files keeping original directory tr
TAG : shell
Date : November 01 2020, 11:01 PM , By : Nayaz
How to redirect the output of csh script that runs in background
How to redirect the output of csh script that runs in background
wish helps you I'm running multiple csh scripts in parallel (each script takes 2 arguments) that does a lots of funny stuff in the background (details are not important to my problem). So far I'm running them as: , Please try
TAG : shell
Date : October 31 2020, 05:38 PM , By : Khalid Senin
How do I use multiple decision statement in shell?
How do I use multiple decision statement in shell?
hop of those help? This really is more obvious if you stop trying to use the spelling [. Just write:
TAG : shell
Date : October 24 2020, 03:08 PM , By : Naveen Rawat
Storing the new format of converted Image
Storing the new format of converted Image
may help you . I solved it by: for f in .nii; do filename=${f%.} med2image -i $filename.nii -d ./out -o $filename.jpg -s -1 done
TAG : shell
Date : October 19 2020, 03:08 PM , By : Francis.B
How to handle bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('?
How to handle bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('?
I wish did fix the issue. Your filename has special characters. Either you have to change the filename with no special characters OR if you don't have permissions to change the file name then pass the filename to the script like A\(01\).txt or "A(01)
TAG : shell
Date : October 16 2020, 03:08 PM , By : Beshot
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