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comment Use AWK to pad date and time formats
@user72055, over-read the zero-padding requirement in your question the first time - I've changed the answer such that dates/times are now zero padded.
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revised Use AWK to pad date and time formats
use zero padding, left align the 7th column
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answered Use AWK to pad date and time formats
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reviewed Leave Open Creating an alias to Change Directory and have that directory be the current working directory in new terminal tabs
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comment Keymaping for re-indent source code in Vim
You should explain your answer a little, e.g. how it is more clever and how it does not destroy the q marker ...
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reviewed Looks OK Keymaping for re-indent source code in Vim
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to change a firefox option on a quick way (via shortcuts, command line,..)?
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reviewed Reviewed Putting Files in Ascending order (not on time stamp basis) in Unix
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comment Putting Files in Ascending order (not on time stamp basis) in Unix
Is this really putty related? Or are you asking about the usage of ls or even sorting a text file (via sort)?
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revised Replace line names with set of new names without disturbing the rest of the file
remove quotes, introduce prompt, save a few characters
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reviewed No Action Needed Replace line names with set of new names without disturbing the rest of the file
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revised Break a large file into smaller pieces
specify missing prefix, more details
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reviewed Close Linux cannot compile without GCC optimizations; implications?
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revised One-way-sync a directory, but leave deleted files deleted on the destination
explicitly list the re-transfer problem
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comment One-way-sync a directory, but leave deleted files deleted on the destination
and how to avoid re-transfers of files deleted in the destination directory?
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comment One-way-sync a directory, but leave deleted files deleted on the destination
@terdon, yes, but the challenge is that rsync would (by default) re-transfer files which were deleted from the destination directory.
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asked One-way-sync a directory, but leave deleted files deleted on the destination