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revised Cannot login graphically, encryption error on the command line
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comment Specific column level substitution
With newer GNU gawk, you can use -i inline for inline editing.
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reviewed Leave Open Fast TSC calibration failed error will not allow Debian to boot. Cannot get past GRUB
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reviewed Reviewed Is it possible to remotely log into an FTP account without installing any software?
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comment Is it possible to remotely log into an FTP account without installing any software?
Do you only have ftp access to the remote server? Who administers it? You say you have no root access on your local computer, but do you on the remote? What operating systems are the two machines running? What kind of access do you need? Command line? Graphical? Read only? Please edit your question and clarify.
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revised Is it possible to remotely log into an FTP account without installing any software?
Thanks are implied here
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comment Specific column level substitution
Yes, it's possible. We can't tell you how unless you show us an example of your input and your desired output.
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comment Cannot login graphically, encryption error on the command line
@Lambert I tried rebooting and it made no difference. I also tried renaming the keyrings as suggested in the linked post, ditto. I don't know if the keyring is corrupted but it seems not to be the issue since renaming it didn't change anything. I have no ~/.local/share/keyrings directory, the only one I had was in ~/.gnome2.
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answered Unexpected Bash completion of ~ on OS X
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revised Linux randomly hibernates
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comment Append something to each list in a file
@Koveras no, they're irrelevant. I had originally thought of capturing the pattern instead of using $& (whatever was matched). I have ow removed them.
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