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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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comment How do I check if a file is a symbolic link to a directory?
Oops, you're right. Fixed :-)
Oct
21
revised How do I check if a file is a symbolic link to a directory?
Remove unnecessary use of readlink
Oct
21
answered How do I check if a file is a symbolic link to a directory?
Aug
24
answered Filtering the result of the find command, so that it returns only directories
Aug
12
awarded  Commentator
Aug
12
comment Bash script to rename files from a text file source
That suggests a problem with your input data; sed isn't going to just randomly ignore some filenames and not others.
Aug
9
comment Bash script to rename files from a text file source
What do you get if you don't do the process substitution? That is to say, just run sed -r 's/^\s*(.*)\s+([0-9\.]+)\s+([0-9A-Z]{8}\.dat)\s*$/mv -iv \3 "\2 \1"/' files without the sh <(...) part.
Aug
8
revised Bash script to rename files from a text file source
Remove thankyou text.
Aug
8
suggested suggested edit on Bash script to rename files from a text file source
Aug
8
revised Bash script to rename files from a text file source
Add usage example.
Aug
8
revised Bash script to rename files from a text file source
Tidy up slightly.
Aug
8
answered Bash script to rename files from a text file source
Jul
25
answered How to remove the last character from every line in a text file
Jul
23
reviewed No Action Needed Running Python on ChromeOS
Jul
23
revised How to use GNU tools to extract and merge two substrings of the same string?
Add some explanation.
Jul
23
answered How to use GNU tools to extract and merge two substrings of the same string?
Jul
7
comment Line match to trigger specific argument
Please learn to format your questions properly and use meaningful titles. You've already been shown how to do so once.