I have two scripts which transform the code from software v.1 to software v.2 and viceversa. These are essentially a lot of sed substitutions. In the way I wrote them they accept two arguments: ...
I will get value like 2743410360.320 and I want value like 2743410360 to a variable. I tried INTValueOfGB=$ echo "($gb+0.5)/1" | bc But I am getting (standard_in) 1: syntax error
I have the following script to convert a big bunch of .MOD and .XM files into Wave format: #!/bin/bash for f in ./XM.* ./MOD.* do xmp $f -d wav -o - | ffmpeg -i - -acodec libmp3lame -ab 320k ...
I have a scanned pdf file which has scanned two pages on one virtual page (page in pdf file). The resolution is with good quality. The problem is I have to zoom when reading and drag from left to the ...