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Feb
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revised Make does not work when invoked from a bash script
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Feb
13
comment Make does not work when invoked from a bash script
@SanderVanderZeeuw: Questions in comments aren't readable.
Feb
13
comment killall fails some time
It might depend on the process. Does it trap the TERM signal?
Feb
13
answered Make does not work when invoked from a bash script
Feb
10
answered How to use variables properly in this little script?
Feb
6
answered sed to replace with backspace
Feb
5
comment how to use bash to run a same command with a group of variables?
@AwQiruiGuo: Can you use sftp instead? I use it to copy many files from and to different locations.
Feb
5
answered how to use bash to run a same command with a group of variables?
Jan
31
answered How to lock screen for a terminal session?
Jan
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comment How to replace only the third occurrence of the file in unix using only sed command?
sed is not the right tool for the job.
Jan
5
comment optimisation of bash globs
You can remove .* from the beginning and end of each regex.
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Execute command within variable
missing closing double quote.
Dec
13
awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
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comment Shell glob expansion after loop variable substitution
How does it "not work" at the moment?
Nov
28
comment How do I use newlines inside () with sed?
@DisplayName: But it's a command substitution again, so it removes the trailing newlines...
Nov
28
comment How do I use newlines inside () with sed?
@DisplayName: Misplaced }: sqlinsertconvert8=$(echo "${sqlinsert8%:}" | sed la | sed '/kal/d')
Nov
28
comment How do I use newlines inside () with sed?
@DisplayName: Missing right }.
Nov
28
comment How do I use newlines inside () with sed?
@DisplayName: What do you mean? You can assign the substitution to a variable: y=${x%:}