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answered How to replace multiple blank lines with a specific non-blank line?
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answered How to join two files by matching a column with an irregular number of columns?
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answered Format the output of awk command
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answered What's wrong with this for loop in bash script?
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answered convert table to ini file using bash arrays
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answered Move lines 2 3 after line 5 using awk
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comment Pipe output of one command to two others
END label instructions are executed after the last line of the file is processed. Hence, inside END when you try to print $0, it ends up printing the last line.
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answered Pipe output of one command to two others
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answered Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
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comment Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
To summarize, abc is a mountpoint where the original filesystem belonged to a different server on which I dont have access. Hence, the file permissions being seen on abc is overridden by the permissions on the original file system.
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comment Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
Thanks wurtel, this helps...
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comment Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
@wurtel : I get permission denied error
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comment Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
How do i know what kind of sysem is mounted? From the mount command, i see nfs
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comment Not able to cd into world-readable directory on NFS
@YoMismo : Yes, it is a mount point