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searching through command line history [duplicate]

I use reverse search when looking for a particular command on the command line by pressing CTRL + R. That returns the first command it finds in reverse order. To go back to the next further command I ...
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Gnome (gdm) fails to start after command-line install

Installed gdm via the default openSUSE installer (zypper). The install completed successfully but gdm won't start from the command-line. I also have a KDE install which stalls on the loading bar, but ...
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CLI connection from Raspberry Pi3 to bluetooth in solar PV inverter

I am new to bluetooth & trying to learn more so I can connect to my inverter. We have been able to use various command-line tools to: - scan & find my bluetooth mac address. - browse the mac ...
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Running a batch script remotely using rdesktop

I have a setup that implies calling rdesktop on a remote machine which is accessed through ssh: user@192.168.1.110:~$ ssh user@192.168.1.120 -X and then running rdesktop as: user@192.168.1.120:~$ ...
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Multicore benchmark

I'm looking for a way to benchmark a multi-core CPU. I found this #!/bin/bash echo "scale=$1; a(1)*4" | bc -l The first argument is number of digits to calculate. Now we can run in parallel (4 ...
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How to run a command on remote host from a service?

I have a service in '/etc/init.d'. In that service, I run a command on a remote machine using ssh as a user. Currently I do this in the following way: sudo -u user bash -c "ssh user@172.21.6.70 ...
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mv misbehaves in shell script [closed]

I have the following folder structure: /backup /backup/copy.sh /backup/archive/ /backup/20160405_logs/ /backup/20160405_logs/sql.log /backup/20160405_logs/bak.log I want to move the folder ...
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Syncing two folders between two Linux workstations (Two different networks)

I have two Linux work stations: Workstation A at home Workstation B at work The workstations are linked to the internet and they don't belong to the same network. How can I sync a folder "Test" ...
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du -sh * discrepencies [duplicate]

Can someone explain why the following results do not add up. I just rebooted and logged in, and I have the following: As root: du -sh /home/* 7.8G /home/mike 4.0K /home/Systemback `du -sh ...
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How do I extract subtitles from Video files?

I want to use the command line to extract subtitles from video files. I want to extract subtitles from a lot of files. That is why I want a CLI tool. Ideally it should work with any video format ...
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Tried to install Nvidia drivers, now I can only boot to tty [duplicate]

I'm on Fedora 23. I followed this guide and got all the way up to the "2.7 Reboot to runlevel 3" step. I did that step then rebooted and now I can only boot into tty. I tried to continue on with ...
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how to run android dex from command line in ubuntu 14.04

I write a program which has ant build file with this command: <exec executable="dx" dir="${workdir}"> <arg value="-JXmx${env.JavaHeap}"/> <arg value="--dex"/> <arg ...
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Shell script - creating and assign to groups advice needed on my script

Where could I include man useradd and -g and G i'm not sure where to include these commands above. The current shell script doesn't successly create the user but does run. #!/usr/bin/env bash ...
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Is there a common way to render out pdf files in a human-readable format on the command-line and keep the general layout?

I'm imagining something deeper than pdftotext (part of poppler-utils), because what I was imaging would be possible, would be to retain most of the layout on a virtual page, e.g. pipe this through a ...
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How to recover content of the file in unix? [duplicate]

I accidentally gave cat >filename instead of cat filename and my content is lost.Now I have only my file,but content is deleted.How to recover the content alone? Please help me to get back the ...
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Unix, create file based on command [duplicate]

I have a command, but I want to get the results into a .txt file I can open. How do I alter my command to allow the results to be put into a text file. I plan to transfer this .txt file to my local ...
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how would I convert this interface block into a command

I tried this: ifconfig br0 192.168.0.1 broadcast 192.168.0.255 netmask 255.255.255.0 network 192.168.0.0 gateway 192.168.0.1 up But it did not work I am trying to use all of these parameters: ...
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How to split a A4 Letter page pdf into 2 4x6 pdfs

I get pdfs in A4 Letter size in portrait orientation, they have 2 sections top and bottom each 4x6. Right side of pdf is blank. I need to spit them into 2 pdfs 4x6 or 2 pages of the same pdf.. Ive ...
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Downloading an attachment from Inbox using the command-line

Please help me figure out the right program to use to solve the following: Everyday I have a report emailed as a PDF attachment to my inbox. The subject is the same, and it is from the same email ...
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Uninstall package from command line in unbootable system

I messed up my Raspbian Jessie system by installing upstart, and now it gets hung up while booting. Now I'm trying to get back to a bootable system by uninstalling it. I used these directions to get ...
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SSH Automation - Dynamically execute Script over SSH [duplicate]

Is there any tools do dynamically control with a local script a ssh session. So I can control the key pressed, wait some time, control the output. Something like AutoIt for Windows in the Linux/SSH ...
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command line in su - and background

I am writing a simple unix script to automate reading of a log file. The following does not give any output to the terminal. It just asks for the password for buser and then it just hangs. I ...
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Get uptime for multiple VM's

Is it possible to get the uptime for other VM's that are on the same cluster without the need to ssh?
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Linux server terminal - rows of tildes, can't write commands?

I'm pretty new - came across this problem. My webserver terminal is looking weird, there are some code echoes and then rows and rows of tilde. Where I type would be at the green square, but nothing I ...
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Share apps across multiple Linux distributions?

I have a triple boot of Ubuntu, Haze OS, and Kali Linux, and I would like to run an app installed on another operating system from my Primary OS. Like running chrome installed in Ubuntu while using ...
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Delete file returned by “mpc search” with single command

using the mpc search command I can find a the filename of a song like so: mpc search title 'Two Weeks' The output would look like this: Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks.mp3 Since I also know the location ...
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Suppressing fuse-ext2 command-line output

Does anyone know of a way to suppress the command-line output of fuse-ext2? fuse-ext2: version:'0.0.7', fuse_version:'27' [main (../../fuse-ext2/fuse-ext2.c:324)] fuse-ext2: enter [do_probe ...
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How to set torify + whois work correctly?

i'm using manjaro. I'm trying to use: torify whois, torsocks whois, proxychais whois. I tried to do that with sudo command, and all this command give me back the same output: [Feb 23 21:15:57] PERROR ...
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UNIX pipe for grep command [duplicate]

I read everything in UNIX is works through I/O piping. Below command is not working and giving unexpected results . service --status-all | grep '+' Well I started reading Unix very recently. 1) ...
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Makefile:434: *** mixed implicit and normal rules. Stop

Am using Fedora and tried to install L7-filter on linux-2.6.26 kernel. One of the steps is to run {# make menuconfig} but am getting this error Makefile:434: *** mixed implicit and normal rules. ...
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avconv output_volume option - trying to understand the man page

I'm trying to increase the volume of my input .wav file by means of the output_volume option within the avconv command. I would like to increase the volume by 6 dBs similarly as demonstrated in the ...
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CLI command to start playing inserted DVD in VLC?

I want to add this command into a launcher on the panel or desktop so that I can start the inserted DVD with a single click. I would prefer this to selecting one of the many options my KDE panel ...
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embedded linux- to check uart in raspberry pi

Checking whether the Pi is sending and receiving UART data by installing the tool Minicom. Pi is sending serial data but is not receiving data. Whatever I type in Pi minicom is received to PC ...
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How to loop through a file and make each line a new regular expression into an awk statement?

FileA.txt: ATGCATGC GGGGGGTT TTTTT AAAA FileB.txt: asdfasdf blah2 ATGCATGC blah3 blah4 delte-me-too GGGGGGTT blah5 blah5 .... I want to compare the each line from FileA.txt and check if it ...
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augtool saving failed

I am trying to set some parameter using augtool but getting strange error Linux$ sudo augtool set /files/etc/abrt/abrt-action-save-package-data.conf/OpenGPGCheck no error: Failed to execute command ...
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How to execute shell script in remote windows machine [duplicate]

I have a shell script which will be useful to download the jars from ftp and copy it in a particular location and do some deployment stuffs.. I need to run the script in remote Linux and windows ...
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How can get the screen command to work properly?

I'm trying to work out how to use the Unix screen command. I'm using Zsh on Mac OS 10.11.3. So far, nothing is working as described. (I don't have enough reputation to link to the tutorial I'm ...
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Unix Command Line Create Text File and Transfer Locally

I have a file located in unix command line using 'SecureCRT'. I want to get this file's data in excel so I need a .txt file. I have 'WinSCP' installed aswell. After I do "more [file name]" it ...
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How to count the number of files in current directory that contain a specific phrase? [duplicate]

I want to count number of files in current directory that contain the phrase "HW". I tried ls -l | grep HW | wc -l
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Flattening complex folder structures with duplicate file names

I have a folder with a complicated folder structure: ├── folder1 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ └── 0002.jpg ├── folder2 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ └── 0002.jpg ├── folder3 │ └── folder4 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ ...
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How can i list all stopped services in the order that they were stopped

I have a Debian server on which there are certain stopped services. I would like to know how can i list all the services in the order that they were stopped. Also would like to get the time when they ...
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Flattening folder structure with duplicate file names [closed]

I have a folder with a complicated folder structure: ├── folder1 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ └── 0002.jpg ├── folder2 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ └── 0002.jpg ├── folder3 │ └── folder4 │ ├── 0001.jpg │ ...
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Debian: “update-command-not-found” IOError: Not a gzipped file

I run a random command in terminal and got this response: Could not find the database of available applications, run update-command-not-found as root to fix this Naturally, I run ...
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Find out user logged in at specific time on Mac OS X 10.11.x

I'll like to find out which user was logged in at a particular time that a file was created. I'm having trouble with the "Last" command when attempting to use the "-t" switch. Open to any ...
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Monitor shuts down when entering Terminal [Linux Mint]

I have a relatively small monitor for one of my machines that Linux Mint. When entering the terminal (ctrl + alt + F1) The monitor shuts down and I have to, completely blind, scrawl out my login and ...
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control-w (delete word) deletes whole line in MariaDB client

I've been using the original MySQL client for "eons" and I'm rather accustomed to using bash-like shortcuts in it. One of my more frequently used ones is to use control-w to delete the word before the ...
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How does GUI works different from the shell CLI?

For example if I want to remove a file I would write rm command in my shell CLI. But when I delete a file using GUI how does the process works ? For shell it would find the filesystem for rm program ...
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Is there a way to know which files are being created, read or updated by running app? [duplicate]

I would like to list all files that have been read, created or updated from the app running.
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Usage of the <<< operator [duplicate]

I recently ran across an example usage of the bc to output an expression like this: $ bc <<< "1+1" Which is the equivalent of: $ echo "1+1" | bc Does the <<< operator just ...
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How to auto run script upon driver reboot?

I am trying to set an auto run on my shell script (named driver_check.sh) which will trigger upon rebooting the driver. Basically, my script is as shown below: #!/bin/bash echo "Start script" ...