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xargs inside a for loop

So we got most of it figured out but here's what happens. for i in $(arp |sort |awk '{print $1}'|grep IPADDRESS) do ssh USERNAME@$i "ps -ef |grep X11|grep -v grep |awk '{print $2}'|xargs kill" done ...
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`solaris + xargs command for solaris

the command find /tmp -name 'core*' -type f -print0 | xargs -0 works fine on Linux, but xargs -0 option is not legal on Solaris what is the equivalent option ( xargs? ) for Solaris 10 second ...
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Linux: Does find | xargs grep have limitations?

I've historically performed something like: find . 2>/dev/null | xargs grep -i something_to_find 2>/dev/null If my pwd is barfoo (/foo/bar/baz/foofoo/foobar/foobaz/barfoo) it finds matches. ...
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Why does xargs strip quotes from input?

Why does xargs strip quotes from input text? Here is a simplified example: echo "/Place/='http://www.google.com'" | xargs echo outputs /Place/=http://www.google.com Is there any way to ...
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How to search for a word in entire content of a directory in linux

need to search for something in entire content I am trying: find . | xargs grep word I get error: xargs: unterminated quote How to achieve this?