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answered Combination of find command and sed (stream editor)
Sep
20
revised Changing how the directory name is displayed in Ubuntu terminal
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Sep
20
revised How to install Blender in a version of your choice using the command line?
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Sep
20
answered I want output like to print the whole line which is having specific word and in which table it is present
Sep
20
revised I want output like to print the whole line which is having specific word and in which table it is present
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Sep
20
revised How to install Blender in a version of your choice using the command line?
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Sep
20
answered How to install Blender in a version of your choice using the command line?
Sep
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answered mysql result to bash variable
Sep
20
revised How to recursively add zeroes to a file name
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Sep
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answered How to recursively add zeroes to a file name
Sep
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revised bulk renaming files to their folders name
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Sep
19
reviewed Approve Iptables GEOIP not working under Debian Squeeze
Sep
19
reviewed Approve How can I know which serial port corresponds to a PCI card?
Sep
19
comment bulk renaming files to their folders name
Don't forget to upvote/accept if the answer fit your needs. Check stackoverflow.com/help/why-vote and stackoverflow.com/help/accepted-answer
Sep
19
comment bulk renaming files to their folders name
POST edited with better code to fit your needs
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revised bulk renaming files to their folders name
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Sep
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answered bulk renaming files to their folders name
Sep
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comment Get only files modified within last 30 minutes using sftp get
Do you even know ssh key pair ? Expect is not a good practice
Sep
14
revised In bash, grep for a line beginning with \, and assign the result using backticks
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Sep
14
answered In bash, grep for a line beginning with \, and assign the result using backticks