Could you please give me an example of using the tree command to filter out result as follows: to ignore directories (say bin, unitTest) only listing certain files having extensions (say .cpp, .c, ...
I am trying to find files containing a specific word using grep. There are many files in the directory (> 500) Command I run $ grep 'delete' * Output validate_data_stage1:0 validate_data_stage2:0 ...
I connect to my server using SSH: ssh user@server -p 2224 -zZ abcd I also have a git repository on my server. The only way I know to clone is: git clone ssh://email@example.com:2224/path/to/repo ...
What does -9 do? It does not show up in the syntax: $ kill kill: usage: kill [-s sigspec | -n signum | -sigspec] pid | jobspec ... or kill -l [sigspec] $