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Sep
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answered Concatenate lines by first column by awk or sed
Sep
11
reviewed Looks OK Can anyone tell me how to install broadcom-wl-5.10.91.9.3-1.fc12.noarch.rpm?
Sep
10
reviewed Looks OK Find only destination of symlink
Sep
10
reviewed Looks OK Need to grep file with specific letter and move to another folder linux
Sep
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reviewed Looks OK Chinese input in Linux Mint 13
Sep
10
comment Add info under specific line
Then it doesn't match the line. You would get better results if you posted the exact input and expected output to the question.
Sep
9
comment Add info under specific line
Answer emended.
Sep
9
revised Add info under specific line
More complete example
Sep
9
comment Add info under specific line
Use == instead, see edit.
Sep
9
revised Add info under specific line
Fixed string matching example
Sep
9
answered Add info under specific line
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revised Add info under specific line
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Sep
8
comment In a bash script, using the conditional “or” in an “if” statement
You can also use -o within the same [ ].
Sep
8
reviewed Looks OK Limit bandwidth SFTP user
Sep
8
reviewed Approve rsync: how to include files with name ending in a specific string
Sep
8
comment Is it possible to select tabs as tabs with mouse in urxvt?
I don't think you can avoid it, you might re-enter the tabs by piping the paste through unexpand.
Sep
8
answered Is there any way I can fit this into my ~/.bashrc as a function?
Sep
8
comment compare two files get identical list
Similar question here.
Sep
7
comment What is the best way to find a list of several strings within a large text file
It shouldn't have a significant effect. If you can make redirection work you can cut the cat. Either < filename grep ... or grep ... < filename.
Sep
7
answered What is the best way to find a list of several strings within a large text file