I have a problem renaming a file that I'm not even sure which special characters I have in the file. I'm using CentOS 6 64bit. When I ls the file: Giko Suzo San?e - Ep1.avi but when view it in ...
Both give the output of the command, so what is the semantic difference between the two? Some reading led me to suspect is that $(command) is Bash syntax, and the back quotes are integrated into Unix ...
What is the file with the ~ at the end of the filename for? $ ls # aliased to add flags -rwxrwxr-x 1 durrantm 2741 May 16 09:28 strip_out_rspec_prep_cmds.sh~* drwxrwxr-x 13 durrantm 4096 May 16 ...
If I use the bash shell cli and run some program which doesn't return immediately, then I input some letters (basically typing the next command before noticing the previous didn't finish) and the ...
When I do ls -l | grep ^d it lists only directories in the current directory. What I'd like to know is what does the caret ^ in ^d mean?
Since I've migrated to linux a few years ago, one issue still remains. The ê character features a lot in my "moeder taal" (home language). In Windows making the character was easy, I simply had to ...