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revised How to achieve using ls command
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comment On what systems is //foo/bar different from /foo/bar?
@WouterVerhelst, samba accepts //foo/bar specifications for CIFS shares, not as file paths, not in contexts where it also accepts normal paths. There's a deleted answer that mentioned the same for mount -t cifs (which does invoke some samba utility).
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revised On what systems is //foo/bar different from /foo/bar?
samba understands some `//foo/bar` paths but not in contexts that accept normal paths. It's just a share specification.
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revised How to achieve using ls command
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answered How to achieve using ls command
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revised Trap Ctrl-C in awk script
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comment How to split a string at some non-printable-character delimiter?
Or "${(0@)VAR}" to preserve empty elements (note however that you can't use that on the output of find -print0 as it would add an empty last element because of the trailing \0).
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revised zsh glob pattern to match all files except one, does not work, despite EXTENDED_GLOB being set
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answered zsh glob pattern to match all files except one, does not work, despite EXTENDED_GLOB being set
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comment `getaddrinfo`: what specifies its data source in the POSIX standard?
That's out of the scope of the POSIX specification. POSIX just specifies an API.
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revised Delete folders whose name has 4 digit numbers two times
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comment Delete folders whose name has 4 digit numbers two times
@123, directories that are not empty cannot be removed obviously. See my comment for ksh93 in recursively
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revised Delete folders whose name has 4 digit numbers two times
LC_ALL=C in case directories may contain invalid characters (which would stop `.*` from matching them)
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comment Delete folders whose name has 4 digit numbers two times
@123, not with rmdir which only removes directories, not their contents.