Laurentiu Roescu

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system engineer


Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
Jun
10
awarded  Caucus
Mar
12
comment text replacing in data file with peculiar spacing
@Py-ser If by many lines you mean that there are many split lines then yes, this should work.
Feb
28
comment text replacing in data file with peculiar spacing
@Py-ser You can use sed -i if you really want to replace directly in original file.
Feb
28
answered text replacing in data file with peculiar spacing
Feb
18
comment Not able to change default group for user with `sudo usermod -g`
You have to log out and log in again.
Jan
28
comment How to combine contents of two files having the same value in a column?
@Timo: Initially the desired output was hard to read. The request was to have 0 if the value is not in one of the files, but not necessarily ordered.
Jan
28
revised How to combine contents of two files having the same value in a column?
Output sorted and 0s in order of occurence.
Jan
28
answered How to combine contents of two files having the same value in a column?
Sep
3
awarded  Yearling
Jul
22
comment Mail Server on CentOS - Relay access denied
You have to authenticate with user and password to send emails outside your domain. Or you could have your computer ip included in mynetworks in main.cf but this would be very unsecure.
Jun
26
answered Run script on start up after everything else
May
22
answered sed command to leave two decimals and remove the rest after comma
Mar
28
awarded  Commentator
Mar
28
comment mount -t cifs: “Operation not supported”, but can connect via smbclient
In Ubuntu you have to install smbfs package.
Feb
22
comment Find files with similar names in a folder using shell script
please give a real file name example, for those above it works.
Feb
22
answered Find files with similar names in a folder using shell script
Feb
18
awarded  Supporter
Jan
24
answered copying files from unix to windows?
Dec
13
comment I want to add the above date to each line on a prstat log file
I've used ^ and $ to match lines which contains only timestamps. You can remove them and I think it will work. But this way it will match also timestamps inside lines if they have the same format.