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Feb
6
comment downloading images from webpage with different links
@privetDruzia regex is case sensitive. are you sure it's not your case?
Feb
5
comment Command to detect if internet connection is wired or wireless
@Marcel it is because grep returns 2 lines and construction in brackets doesn't work in correct way. probably it returned wired and you're just lucky to use wired connection now. Did you try to switch to wireless and run the command?
Feb
5
comment Command to detect if internet connection is wired or wireless
@Costas, it will not work. e.g. I have 2 default.*dev rows in ip r l on my laptop which apparantely breaks your command. and also interface can be renamed (eg. I had default eht3 as wireless interface on my dell laptop) which will break the logic.
Feb
5
answered Command to detect if internet connection is wired or wireless
Feb
5
revised downloading images from webpage with different links
typos fix
Feb
5
answered downloading images from webpage with different links
Jan
27
reviewed Close Replace duplicate rows by one column
Jan
24
comment Problem with ssh connection
Are you able to try on the remote machine connect via ssh to your_user@localhost? Does it work?
Jan
23
comment How to move (image) files to other directories based on files' dates
By "image date" you mean information from EXIF or file modification timestamp?
Jan
22
comment evaluation of arithmetic expansion in bash
Are you sure you're running bash? I tried it in bash (4.3), it works as expected (echo $i in the end returns 6). Though in sh it works exactly as in your example.
Jan
22
reviewed Leave Open How to install Software Center on Kali Linux:
Jan
22
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Jan
22
reviewed No Action Needed xmodmap hanging the system for 20 secs and not sticking
Jan
22
comment How can I filter out current directory ('.') in bash?
! means not. therefore find . -type f ! -iname "*.flac" means find all files with name not matching to .flac (i before name means case insensitive)
Jan
22
comment How can I filter out current directory ('.') in bash?
well, maybe you're right. thx for comment. answer is updated.
Jan
22
revised How can I filter out current directory ('.') in bash?
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Jan
22
answered How can I filter out current directory ('.') in bash?
Jan
22
reviewed No Action Needed How can I filter out current directory ('.') in bash?
Jan
22
comment Replace non-ASCII characters with space in a file
are sed and operation systems in test and dev envs identical?
Jan
21
comment Replace non-ASCII characters with space in a file
I don't think you can easily increase processing time. sed -i copies original file to a new one and then simply replaces the original one. this means the whole process takes approximately the same time as simple copy. 12 files with average size 3GB (from 1 to 6 :)) will make 36GB to copy. So it's fine to take about 20 minutes.