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answered how to use awk/cut to get column data which has space
Feb
24
comment how to use awk/cut to get column data which has space
And maybe sed 's/ *$//' to remove trailing spaces, if that matters
Mar
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answered RPM: Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found on Centos 6 with CUPS 1.7.1
Sep
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awarded  Yearling
Sep
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answered Why does find -mtime +1 only return files older than 2 days?
Aug
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comment How to pass parameters from %prep to %build?
Because logically the process that creates this value belongs to the %prep
Aug
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awarded  Scholar
Aug
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accepted How to pass parameters from %prep to %build?
Aug
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awarded  Student
Aug
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comment How to pass parameters from %prep to %build?
It does. But I need a value from the %prep in the %build.
Aug
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asked How to pass parameters from %prep to %build?
Jun
9
answered How to install MySql on Red Hat 6.1?
Jun
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comment How to install MySql on Red Hat 6.1?
If you sill want the latest version, use YUM repository with latest version, as in here: webtatic.com/packages/mysql55
Apr
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comment Why won't the for loop execute on directory
What does the find command in the second loop returns?
Sep
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comment Fast elimination of duplicate lines across multiple files
When you deal with large files, you must not use AWK arrays. Running 'cat foo/file bar/file | sort | uniq' looks like a good solution (if that is what you want to achive). Why do you think its a bad idea?
Aug
30
answered AWK match string, not Regex
Apr
4
answered How to insert tab character in “dialog”?
Apr
4
comment Why does this awk command not play as well with find as sed does?
errata - should be gawk '!p{} /<!-- STARTREPLACE1 -->/{print "A whole new world!";p=1}/<!-- ENDREPLACE1 -->/{p=0}' but it works for me with both syntax. Dave what do you mean Is doesn't do anything? Which awk version are you using?
Apr
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answered Why does this awk command not play as well with find as sed does?