I have file and in this file i have this lines: ssh email@example.com ssh firstname.lastname@example.org etc.... And i have script that i like to go on every server and execute the ls command on each of this ...
I'm looking for a command that will read the metadata of a ‘*.mp4’ file and touch the file's timestamp with the creation time of the video. The command should be read-only with respect to the file ...
Is there any Linux command one can use to sample subset of a file? For instance, a file contains one million lines, and we want to randomly sample only one thousand lines from that file. For random ...
To solve the bug reported here the solution seems to be commenting, not just adding a certain line in a file - as explained here and here. That is - to make that bug disappear in Xfce, a certain line ...
Possible Duplicate: What does “--” (double-dash) mean? What does '--' (two dashes) mean with association to Linux files and directories. I've found something else but not too sure if it is ...
Saying, I have this tree and I want to execute ruby on all scripts within the folder. How could I archive through one line of command. ./ ../ rb-script/ sample1.rb sample2.rb