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comment Addition with 'sed'
I'm very curious why you want to use sed to do math
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comment Remove many many many files from a folder
Thanks - I knew there was going to be some elegant solution.
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accepted Remove many many many files from a folder
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asked Remove many many many files from a folder
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comment Alt+tab on Fluxbox
@enzotib: the AU post has been closed. I would also live to know how to do this.
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comment Use sed to fix broken newlines
For posterity: I had to actually use sed 's/\x0C/\x0A/g` since these files were DOS formatted. I hadn't noticed that until I was trying Karlson's answer. Thanks! +1
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accepted Use sed to fix broken newlines
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comment Use sed to fix broken newlines
linux - I'm not sure which distribution the server has installed. I could find that out if it is important.
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accepted Limit window size when maximizing in Xfce
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comment Limit window size when maximizing in Xfce
Ah, yes. It's called workspace margins in Xfce, but the same idea. I had thought that setting wouldn't allow the 'always on top' window to be over in the margin either. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!