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answered In Vim , how can I copy from several lines? (not a range);
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Apr
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comment Can someone help me make a Youtube-DL script?
What are the formats you wish to download the files?
Apr
27
answered sed substitution
Apr
27
comment How to check if ftp is installed in a linux server
@Henrik : Updated and thanks for the info. I recently migrated from Redhat to Debian and am getting used to it
Apr
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answered How to check if ftp is installed in a linux server
Apr
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comment How to check if ftp is installed in a linux server
Which distribution of linux?
Apr
27
comment sed regular expression behaving differently than in vim and perl?
@spasic : On the contrary, vim do understand [[:digit:]] & [0-9]. You might wish to stick on with one format
Apr
27
answered sed regular expression behaving differently than in vim and perl?
Apr
27
comment Why vim is pasting 50 lines instead of 96?
Could you put the code here please?
Apr
27
comment script - typing with all ten
Please read How to Ask
Apr
27
answered Echoing piped output
Apr
26
comment linux : find a lastname that has 5 characters only in a text
What have you tried so far. Post relevant code pls. Also the is there a fixed formatting for your input. I can see commas with spaces and commas without spaces.?
Apr
26
comment What's the fastest way to get n-th line of a text file
Please include the results of the second method too..
Apr
26
comment What's the fastest way to get n-th line of a text file
@frams : I believe the first and second method makes no difference. I have just started a thread here. You may wanna stay updated with it.
Apr
26
comment What's the fastest way to get n-th line of a text file
The link you have provided requires a subscription to see the stuff :/P
Apr
26
comment How to find out which Linux kernel versions are the most prevalent?
A starting point may be picking up all the stable versions from a major version.
Apr
26
comment Data recovery tools in linux
If you have the habbit of accidentally deleting stuff, you might look at this. Worked great for me.