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comment How to remove date format
@Sai use sed -i . Also, please remember to accept this answer if it solved your issue. That way, the question can be marked as answered.
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comment How to remove date format
@Sai sure, see updated answer.
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comment How do I create a rule for custom flag replacement with C shell?
@CrisRR well, I would just have 3 aliases, once for each of gradle, groove and java. I don't see what you gain by having it dynamically expanded.
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answered How to remove date format
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comment How to remove date format
I fixed some of it. Are the blank lines actually part of your text file? Also, please show us your desired output so we know exactly what you need.
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reviewed Approve Bash .hushlogin, keep last login time and host
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comment How do I create a rule for custom flag replacement with C shell?
@CrisRR I don't understand what you mean.
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answered Bash .hushlogin, keep last login time and host
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comment How to make an iso of my installed system
Wow! Much better, thank you. You really put in a lot of work and +1 for effort! Sadly, I'm not sure how much this will help the OP. They want to make an ISO of their existing system. What you describe seems to be a method for modifying the default installation image. This is very useful, but is not a way of making an installable ISO based on the already installed system.
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answered How do I create a rule for custom flag replacement with C shell?
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comment How to make an iso of my installed system
Hi and welcome to the site! We expect answers to be more comprehensive here. Please edit your answer and explain what commands/programs the OP should use to create this image. Answering the question "how do I create an image" with "create an image" is not very useful.
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comment find a file and truncate it
We're discussing this in Unix & Linux Chat, if you're interested.
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comment find a file and truncate it
@ForeverAlone i) there's no reason to change directories, if that find command works, so will > ${listener}/tracefiles/${listener}.log ; ii) that error message doesn't make much sense. I suggest you come into /dev/chat/ and we can debug it there.
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comment find a file and truncate it
@HaukeLaging fair point, edited.
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comment Linux equivalent of WinRun4J
@Madden please edit your question and include what you said in your previous comment. Ideally, forget about the windows tool since most of us won't be familiar with it, just explain exactly what you need to do.
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