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accepted Why 'echo $0' gives different result for two different terminals?
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comment Why 'echo $0' gives different result for two different terminals?
I use the same user
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comment Unix command to check if any two lines in a file are same?
Thanks ...........
Feb
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comment Unix command to check if any two lines in a file are same?
So the $(command) syntax works as a kind of replacement?
Feb
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comment Unix command to check if any two lines in a file are same?
Thanks! This is a really informative answer.
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accepted Unix command to check if any two lines in a file are same?
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asked Unix command to check if any two lines in a file are same?
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accepted How to run chrome from command line by using process substitution?
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comment How to run chrome from command line by using process substitution?
Of course, but the whole point is to avoid creating a temporary file on disk.
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awarded  Yearling
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accepted Why does a named pipe not get deleted after system restart?
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asked How to run chrome from command line by using process substitution?
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comment Is it possible to create a “file” that can be used by any process without actually saving the file on disk?
Update: on Ubuntu, the first solution works for some commands but not for others.
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asked Why does a named pipe not get deleted after system restart?
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accepted Is it possible to create a “file” that can be used by any process without actually saving the file on disk?