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Mar
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comment How to test which files will be copied with the cp command?
Assuming you are using bash, variable=$(cp -v ...) captures the stdout of cp. See gnu.org/software/bash/manual/html_node/Command-Substitution.htm
Feb
28
comment Why is Firefox so slow over SSH?
Take a look at this: stackoverflow.com/q/12977879/252489
May
27
awarded  Scholar
May
27
accepted How do I get ssh-agent to work in all terminals?
May
26
asked How do I get ssh-agent to work in all terminals?
Apr
18
comment How to specify matching patterns while excluding some files having a PATTERN in their filenames
You may find ack useful. It is a programmer friendly grep that understands many versioning systems.
Mar
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Dec
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awarded  Organizer
Dec
26
revised What does the “@” (at) symbol mean on OSX ls?
Removed bash tag, added ls. Similified question title
Dec
26
suggested approved edit on What does the “@” (at) symbol mean on OSX ls?
Dec
26
revised TCSH bitwise | operator
Added info from tcsh man page
Dec
26
answered TCSH bitwise | operator
Dec
5
comment Piping data to a process's stdin without causing EOF afterward
@jw013 You are right. I edited the post. Thanks. When I experimented w/o the parentheses, I saw cmd 1 written back but did not realize that it should have been the o/p generated by cmd 1
Dec
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Dec
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revised Piping data to a process's stdin without causing EOF afterward
edit as suggested by jw013
Dec
5
answered list of all linux commands which are not for selection
Dec
5
answered Piping data to a process's stdin without causing EOF afterward
Sep
26
comment Bash script to get ASCII values for alphabet
echo -n suppresses trailing newline eliminating the need for tr -d "\n"
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