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Perl script in bin that calls a file

I have a script ~/bin/script $ cat ~/bin/script #!/bin/bash perl -pe 's/loremipsum/`cat ~/foo/bar/file.txt`/ge' -i ~/path/to/target.txt The script is supposed to replace every instance of ...
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Help in making multiple lines as single lines

I have below 4 lines: EXTRACT ETEST Last Started 2016-03-20 20:56 Status RUNNING Checkpoint Lag 00:00:02 (updated 00:00:04 ago) EXTRACT PTEST Initialized 2016-03-31 06:25 Status ...
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Parsing a Blocked file and generating smaller files

I have a file like below: 1weather dnsndjsdn 2nm bdbdb bdbdbdbdnnd 3gfdu hsihdishdis 5 1hdohdsohsoihssodhoishs 2nfdksnkdsnfsdsjndkdj 3kjdscdskndskjndndsdsdsd 5 Like wise I might have close to ...
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occurance of a string in multiple file

I have two files 1. input.txt 2. keyword.txt input.txt has contents like .src_ref 0 "call.s" 24 first 0x000000 0x5a80 0x0060 BRA.l 0x60 .src_ref 0 "call.s" 30 first 0x000002 ...
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Failed dependencies trying to install package 'libxml2'

I am trying to install libxml2, but my system complains about dependencies. The dependent packages exist on system. The ultimate goal is to install xml_grep2, I have been trying various methods ...
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Filter out inconsistent data blocks

I would like to filter out rows that has inconsistent geno values in line-part blocks. In case of duplicate consistent values , I would just keep the first row. As example, 'gf345 part1' has more ...
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Modify filenames in Makefile

For reasons that are not important here, I have a source code that I process automatically file-by-file and the processed source files are renamed in a systematic manner. For example, I start out with ...
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SFTP Dual Factor Authentication

My Issue I am trying to automate a file fetch from an external [SFTP] server. The server is using 2-factor authentication. First, it needs a public-private key pairing established [This has already ...
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Why isn't rxvt-unicode launching with perl extensions enabled by default even though I built it with '--enable-perl' and even '--enable-everything'?

I'm trying to get 'clipboard' perl extension for urxvt to work. I installed the script, it didn't work, and after some searching around I discovered that Cygwin's rxvt-unicode package is built with ...
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Make a rpm package from the cpan compatible tree?

I always make my perl module following the CPAN-complient tree. I would like to use this tree to create a rpm file I could install on a hundreth servers. Is it possible to make a rpm package with ...
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Perl fails to set locale on AIX 7.1

After setting user language to Chinese with GB18030 encoding in SMIT, the following env variable were added to the user's .profile: LANG=Zh_CN LC_MESSAGE=%l.%c ...
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Using Perl for Even/Odd numbers

Currently, I'm using a process to create a very specific set of four files. The Process I'm using is shown in the attached Process Image, below: The first line is part of a solution, given to a ...
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Perl regex to recognize multiple strings

I have a file ~/foo.txt that has instances of each of the following strings alpha-1 alpha-2 alpha-3 alpha-4 alpha-5 alpha-6 alpha-7 alpha-8 alpha-9 I would like to replace each of these alpha-X ...
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How to Load data to one table from Multiple excel files?

I have to load data from multiple excel file into one table , Please help me to achieve the solution. We are getting excel file from different retail shop which contain multiple column , each file is ...
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Assp won't start

I tried to install ASSP (Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy Server),but when I try to start it I get the following: $ perl assp.pl Perl version 5.012003 (5.12.3) is at least recommended to run ASSP 2.4.3 (14313) ...
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“Requires: perl(:MODULE_COMPAT_5.8.8)”

I use CentOS 6.5 for my server with below repository: IUS epel ces-standard-* base/upgrade/extras When I tried to update today (it's been a while I haven't updated this server), I got the ...
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How to safely move a file to another directory and remove duplicates

I want to move files from Downloads, Documents, Pictures, Music, et al to shared locations. This is for various reasons, including because I want to keep media in a central, shared place. I want to ...
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How to mention rpm to look for dependent perl modules in the system

By default rpm looks for the perl modules inside the rpm itself and throws dependency error if it is not found. For eg., I have a perl script in the rpm that uses Crypt::DES perl module. I have that ...
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Why wouldn't Perl CGI script run

I'm using Apache on CentOS and am trying to run a Perl CGI script as directory index so it will run automatically as a subdomain. I added DirectoryIndex script.cgi and added a Directory stanza noting ...
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How do I reinstall the bioperl modules on Ubuntu?

I am trying to learn bioinformatics the hard way. I have no background in Linux, Ubuntu, bash, Perl, Python, etc. I'm trying to use several programs, mostly the bioperl modules, that have been ...
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Fedora 23: “Unescaped left brace is deprecated” error in LaTeX

After updating from Fedora 22 to Fedora 23, I'm having trouble compiling anything with biblatex (biber as backend). Anything without biblatex compiles just fine, so I'm assuming it's something with ...
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How remove duplicates in same file and with if condition?

INPUT FILE: has all these values without header: customer ID, code, start_date, end_date 124343, DCW, 2015-07-06, 2016-08-03 235432, ABC, 2015-04-26, NULL 235432, ABC, ...
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Splitting a file using perl

I have a csv file and like to split the file into smaller files based on column matching in the file using perl. I am new to perl. I am working on Linux Rhel6. example: fruit1, ...
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AWStats on Debian Jessie Forbidden from Browser / Unresponsive from CLI

I asked this on SO a day or two ago and no response yet. Hoping for some insight here in getting AWStats configured and running on Debian Jessie. Installed AWStats with apt-get install awstats. No ...
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Comparing two text files and printing out matching ids, sub_ids and timestamp related to the id

I found this solution in Perl interesting. I have a similar situation to print matching columns and two additional columns from the second file (Rev ID n date released). How do I read both files from ...
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What “bad list v: No such file or directory at -/usr/libdata/per15/OpenBSD/Pkg_Add.pm line 1115” means?

I recently installed OpenBSD on an old laptop from 2005 and I am trying to install nano and then xfce4 and then a few other programs, but every time I try to use pkg_add, I get the message: Fatal ...
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amavisd: Unrecognized character \xBB;

I have a problem to start the amavisd. When I try to start with /etc/init.d/amavis start I get the following error: Starting amavisd: Problem in Amavis::DKIM code: Unrecognized character \xBB; marked ...
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How to split files?

Input.txt: line.....1 line.....2 line.....3 ..... line.....3 line.....4 line.....5 ..... line.....4 line.....5 line.....6 ..... line.....5 line.....6 line.....7 ..... Condition for output file ...
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Perl one liner to find words longer than 63 characters

I have a number of xml files containing sanskrit texts to be converted to tex. Latex has a maximum of 63 characters per word for its hyphenation to work, everything longer than that will not be ...
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apt-get upgrade with /usr/bin on aufs fails to create backup link

I'm trying to update a frugal persistent (root and home) install of antiX-15 x64 from stable to testing. I changed the source lists and ran apt-get update. apt-get upgrade then fails with the ...
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Some errors have occured when I installed lucene, a perl module!

Some errors have occured when I installed lucene, a perl module: [xlwang@localhost Lucene-0.18]$ make test Running Mkbootstrap for Lucene () chmod 644 Lucene.bs PERL_DL_NONLAZY=1 ...
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“cli” command in not working when passing through “Net::SSH::Perl”

This is my code : my $ssh = Net::SSH::Perl->new("$hostname", debug=>0); $ssh->login("$username","$password"); my $cmd = "cli version"; ($stdout,$stderr,$exit) = $ssh->cmd("$cmd"); print ...
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IRSSI notifier - by pulling method

Is there an option in irssi to get state about new unread private and public messages by external application. If there is such option, i could periodically read that info from my bash script and do ...
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Daemonize a perl script at startup Linux

I have a custom version of CENTOS that I need to run a perl script as a daemon in at all times. To do this I want to get it to run on startup as a daemon. When the machine is on I can daemonize the ...
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Installing custom RPM says “does not update installed package”

I've inherited some servers which have previously always had its software as custom compiled versions (apache, perl, mod_perl etc). I was thinking than rather than compile every time, it may be better ...
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Better approach to generating and adding contents to files

I have an input file like below. 1 First one 2 First two 3 First three 3 Second three I am generating 2 output files like below. #FILE1 1 First one 2 First two 3 First three #FILE2 1 ...
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Perl Script to Display Pork Offline Message

I use pork 0.99.8.1 on openSuse 11.4 for my AIM account when I don't want to use irssi + bitlbee. The only problem I have encountered so far is that offline messages are not displayed. I just get a ...
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perl script stall nanosleep() call in strace output

I have perl base SIP client which calling for SIP REGISTRATION process but i am seeing it stall for 10 second at nanosleep() call send(4, "REGISTER sip:sip.example.com S"..., 513, 0) = 513 select(8, ...
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Koha-3.22.02 Installation error on CentOs

After downloading and extracting koha-latest.tar.gz I am trying to install Koha-3.22.02 on CentOS 6.x. Following are configurations and errors. How can I solve it ? Configurations, Versions ...
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Squid proxy not running URL rewrite program?

I'm running Squid3 on a Raspberry Pi according to the setup for Upside-Down-Ternet (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Upside-Down-TernetHowTo) to create a proxy that alters images. Eventually, I'll ...
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Perl script to delete big directory

This blog gives different ways of deleting Big Directories and their relative times for deleting a directory with 500,000 files. The script using perl is reported to be fastest, which is given by cd ...
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Problem accessing robots.txt from search script

I have been using the Perlfect Search Script http://www.perlfect.com/freescripts/search/ for several years on my sites. For reasons unknown it stopped working properly a few months ago. When I run the ...
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Drawing a histogram from a bash command output

I have the following output from a miRNA Predictor: Read Sequence:hsa-miR-576-3p MIMAT0004796 (22 nt) Read Sequence:gi|182396|gb|M74088.1|HUMFAPAPC Human APC gene mRNA, complete cds (8972 nt) ...
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How to run Padre after installing via cpanm?

./cpanm Padre It looks like I could successfully install Padre. But.. How can I start it? I installed it with a normal user, not root.. where is the start script? [user@notebook ~]$ find . -type f ...
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Compilation fails with Padre (a Perl IDE) on RHEL-based distros (CentOS, etc.)

I tried but failed (wxWidgets is a requirement of Padre) as root: yum install cpan perl-ExtUtils-Embed make gcc g++ wxGTK-devel.x86_64 # done, OK cpan YAML # done, OK and the problem: ...
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error for installing Math module CDF in perl

I am trying to install Math::CDF in perl I tried both cpan -i Math::CDP and install from downloaded files both end up in error after enter make install: Running make install make[1]: Nothing to be ...
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To visualise systematically look-behinds

I am using Regexr to visualise my regexes now. I need look-behind but Javascript does not support it, example code here. The project code base seems to be dependent Javascript (NodeJS) in Github. I ...
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zip command is failing during high memory usage

We have several perl scripts, which generates and emails reports. The script that emails the files expects a .zip extension. The report scripts generates a .txt or .xls file and then runs the ...
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Install application on barebone linux board without internet

I'm kind of new to using linux for hardware development. I made a C program which uses ExifTool, and it works fine on the desktop. The ExifTool have to be installed and runs on Perl. I can cross ...
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replacement script multiple targets

I have this input file Name=code_229633_138;isoforms=1 Name=code_229633_138 Name=code_229633_138;Target=R77_09738T0 Name=code_230519_1;isoforms=1 ...