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How Linux is implementing case sensitivity and what are its benefits over windows [duplicate]

Please do not mark it as duplicate ... I already read this post I am asking this question here because due to migration from Windows to Linux, I am facing multiple functionalities break. Linux is ...
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Can I force `man` to do lower case sensitive matching?

When I search man pages, the search is case sensitive, but only with regard to upper case letters. E.g., x will match x and X whereas X only matches x. This is the man-db version of man, used on ...
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Paradox about a-z vs A-Z

I wrote a shell script to recognize the type of character printf "Enter a character: " read var case "$var" in [a-z]) echo "You entered a lower case alphabet." ;; [A-Z]) echo ...
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How to prepare files for rsync on a case insensitive filesystem?

I am transferring a large number of files on a HFS+ filesystem. The files are currently on ext2 partitions. I have conflicts due to case insensitivity of the target partition (HFS+). I want to ...
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grep: Ignoring GREP_OPTIONS to search case-sensitive

I have set GREP_OPTIONS="--ignore-case --color" in ~/.bashrc as I normally want grep to work case-insensitive. However, there are times when I need grep to actually search case-sensitive, but the man ...
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`echo -e 'Q\ns\nV' | sort` doesn't sort

Why do : $ echo -e 'Q\ns\nV' | sort outputs Q s V without changing the order of my list (taking in account the lower/uppercase ?)
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bash - how to uppercase the command line argument?

I searched SO and found that to uppercase a string following would work str="Some string" echo ${str^^} But I tried to do a similar thing on a command-line argument, which gave me the following ...
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How to match case insensitive patterns with ls?

I would like to list all files matching a certain pattern while ignoring the case. For example, I run the following commands: ls *abc* I need to see all the file that have "abc" as a part of the ...
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Case-insensitive file system for production server?

The initial situation looks like this: The corporate software is PHP-based. It is delivered by Apache 2 on a Windows 2003 Server. It is big. It is a legacy of rather unprofessional developers who ...
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Case-preserving search and replace in vim?

In vim, I know I can search with or without case sensitivity. But if I want to search for a string in either upper or lower case, and replace it with a replacement of the same case, is that possible ...
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change entire directory tree to lower-case names

I'm working on a website conversion. The files as they were linked and served from the web server were case insensitive. But, I've made a dump of the site on my linux system and I'm writing scripts to ...