An argument is usually defined as the actual value passed to a function, procedure, or command line program.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

1
vote
2answers
159 views

Default function arguments (manually emitting bash psuedo-signals)

I'm looking for a solution that will automatically allow me to call a function with specific parameters in a certain situation. Here is the specific scenario: When an error occurs, I can set up my ...
2
votes
1answer
128 views

Bash completion - How to get filename completion for suboptions

I have a function which can take main arguments and then sub-arguments. Some of these sub-arguments are filenames. The current completion code I have is as follows. _scm() { local cur prev opts ...
2
votes
1answer
125 views

How to get clicked-on filename as argument of shell script triggered by this mouse-click

If, in Ubuntu's Nautilus, I click a midi-file, a window opens to specify an application for processing the file. Another option is a "user generated command" (UGC). (Let me choose Ubuntu, Nautilus, ...
0
votes
1answer
26 views

Parsing a delimited in ksh as command argument

My system generates a flat file with 7 arguments : Field1,Field2,Field3,Field4,Field5,Field6,Field7 Field1,Field2,Field3,Field4,Field5,Field6,Field7 Field1,Field2,Field3,Field4,Field5,Field6,Field7 ...
2
votes
0answers
408 views

Mounting root filesystem while booting through network

I have two systems, let say one is the server and the other is the client. I want to load kernel image from the server to the client through the network. I used dhcp (isc-dhcp-server) and tftp ...
0
votes
0answers
44 views

Pass a function arguments?

How would you make a function that gets arguments? function arg_example { arg "c" # This is imaginary but it would return 'true' if it found the argument -c. did_find_arg=$? # Get the ...