Is there a way of creating a filesystem object akin to this: mknod files p cat file1 file2 ... fileN > files but such that it can be seeked in, as if it were a regular file?
Standard cat concatenates files line by line (row by row, if you will). I find myself needing a horizontal cat command more and more often recently; i.e. a command that takes a list of files and ...
My directory structure is given below. I need to move all the folders from Test3 to Test2 and concatenate the files with same names [jg@hpc Test2]$ tree . |-- Sample_1008 | |-- ...
I have 2 Binary Files FileA and FileC Its is such that FileC = FileA + FileB using the cat utility How do I subtract FileA from FileC to get FileB ? PS: I am using Ubuntu Oneiric
Let's say one creates a file like so: touch myFile You enter some text in it with vim or whatever, and then use cat myFile to spit the contents out into the terminal. Now, what happens when I use ...