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Apr
3
awarded  Great Question
Mar
11
answered Force shell command to return
Feb
25
comment List the commands run by rpm package
I get file /my/path/package.rpm is not owned by any package when I run rpm -q --scripts -f /my/path/package.rpm
Feb
25
asked List the commands run by rpm package
Feb
6
accepted -not -name does not work with find
Feb
6
comment -not -name does not work with find
very good. however, in the real life example, I would like to exclude more patterns than just target. when i tried find . -name '*target*' -name '*otherPattern*' -prune ..., it didn't work
Feb
6
comment -not -name does not work with find
didn't change anything when i tried
Feb
6
comment -not -name does not work with find
doesn't work with quotes either
Feb
6
asked -not -name does not work with find
Feb
6
accepted find/grep outputs two lines for each file it finds match
Feb
6
revised find/grep outputs two lines for each file it finds match
edited title
Feb
6
asked find/grep outputs two lines for each file it finds match
Feb
6
comment Does [[:space:]] work for sed patterns on all Linux distros?
Thanks, @rici. If you yank the comment and make it an answer, I will upvote it
Feb
6
accepted Does [[:space:]] work for sed patterns on all Linux distros?
Feb
6
comment Does [[:space:]] work for sed patterns on all Linux distros?
it works with Java, Perl and Python RegEx patterns.
Feb
6
comment Does [[:space:]] work for sed patterns on all Linux distros?
i just find \s to be more minimalist
Feb
6
asked Does [[:space:]] work for sed patterns on all Linux distros?
Feb
5
awarded  Custodian
Feb
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Use awk to split line into array and use that array's values in calling shell
Feb
5
accepted Use awk to split line into array and use that array's values in calling shell