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comment How to do multiline search and replace text (delete) recursively
Where do I store the sedml script and how do I add it to the bash path? What does [^#]* in the middle mean? How does the final command look like? grep -rl '#c3284d#' * | while read i; do sedml $i 's@#c3284d#[^#]*#/c3284d#@@g' $i.tmp; done;? Does it overwrite the existing file? Are there any cases the replacement would not work (e.g. when something is missing between the two patterns)?
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comment find files which have a higher permission than xxx
Thanks for your answer. What does the -o mean? Or? and ! means NOT? Does ! -type d -o -type d -perm 750 ! -perm 750 mean to find no directories or directories with at least 750 permission with not 750 permission bits? find -perm -700 -o -perm -640 ! -perm 640 shows me many directories ... Does this command mean to find files with 700 permission or at least 640 permission with no 640 permission bits set? I'm trying to get this notation under my hood.
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comment find files which have a higher permission than xxx
There were a comment which proposed find . -type f -perm /137. Do you know what was wrong with that?
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comment find files which have a higher permission than xxx
Good question. Your first example would be 650, your second 740. But both are higher than the number 640. So both should be appear in the results. Alternatively, it would be nice to search for files with specific permissions (like 755 or 777).
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