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I like to code and I do it a lot. I want to build software to save the planet.

If you use Bazaar, you might be interested in my book Bazaar Version Control. If you work a lot in the shell, you might be interested in my Time-Saving Tricks on the Command Line.

I make free Android apps like Programming Quiz, websites like bashoneliners.com, and other open source stuff.

You can find me on Twitter as @janosgyerik or on my blog.


Jan
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suggested suggested edit on Merging two different files with conditions
Jan
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revised ssh local tunnel to VM
converted html to markdown, and minor fixes
Jan
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suggested suggested edit on ssh local tunnel to VM
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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comment Downloading files over ssh based on a list of filenames
@Slyx I added extra tips with different usage patterns.
Jan
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revised Downloading files over ssh based on a list of filenames
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Dec
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comment How to find where I have set “umask 077”?
@MartinVegter I added more explanation and suggestions to my post
Dec
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revised How to find where I have set “umask 077”?
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Dec
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revised How to find where I have set “umask 077”?
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Dec
31
comment Extract date from a variable in a different format
@user3149144 since you are in Solaris try gdate instead of date. Let me know if that doesn't work.
Dec
31
answered How to find where I have set “umask 077”?
Dec
31
comment Extract date from a variable in a different format
@user3149144 try to replace date with gdate
Dec
31
comment Extract date from a variable in a different format
I see. To be honest you didn't explain yourself very well. Now I understand better what you need and updated my answer. Let me know if you still have problems.
Dec
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answered Extract date from a variable in a different format
Dec
30
answered Are nautilus and command-line commands the same?
Dec
30
comment Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
@DmitryAlexandrov yeah I wish downvoters commented but they don't always do :( It's a nice answer +1
Dec
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comment Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
True, I fixed the issues with spaces. The <(...) in paste <(cmd1) <(cmd2) is called Process Substitution. The idea is replacing <(...) with a named pipe, which contains the output of the commands inside. You can read about it in man bash under the Process Substitution section.
Dec
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revised Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
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Dec
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revised Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
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Dec
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comment Tail multiple files and output as additional column with 'find' results
You want first a listing of ls -l, one line per file, plus at the end one more line with the content of the last lines pasted together like columns, like that?