I am searching for a nice method of merging two or more files line by line using the zipper method (also called late merge). Assuming we have three files, the result should look like this: line1 ...
I recently upgraded from Ubuntu 12.04 to 12.10 and at one point, it encountered an Apache config file conflict in apache2.conf. I didn't give me a merge option at that point, so I just rejected the ...
I need to merge a few dozed pdfs, and i want all of the input pdfs to start on an odd page in the output pdf. Example: A.pdf has 3 pages, B.pdf has 4 pages. I don't want my output to have 7 pages. ...
I have two network interfaces (one wired & one wireless). I have two internet accounts too (each 256 kBps; one from a modem that I use as wired connection & the other from a wireless network). ...
I have been analysing how a Linux USB driver works using two disparate methods: examining the output of usbmon, which is a hex dump-ish view of what's being sent "on the wire". adding printk() ...
I have four text files each containing a single field. I want to convert them into a single text file with four fields (one from each file). How can I do this using shell scripting.