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Dec
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comment Understanding -regex with GNU find
You probably want: .*/cisco.*.
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Feb
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answered How to pass the output of a script to a command like ls without the output being split?
Feb
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answered How can I load the right hand pane of vim with a new file in linux?
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Dec
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answered grep lines starting with “1” in Ubuntu
Dec
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answered Disable vi from going to the last visited line upon file opening
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Dec
25
revised How to add a line in many files
adding forgotten argument to sed
Dec
25
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Dec
18
comment How to create directory ranging from 1 to nth?
In newer version of bash you can do mkdir gallery{01..50} to achieve the same result.
Dec
15
comment How to view the output of a running process in another bash session?
You can limit output of strace to one syscall: strace -p 4232 -e write
Dec
6
comment I want to kill all processes that result from the following command
You don't have to use grep command at all in this case.
Dec
5
comment I want to kill all processes that result from the following command
You can (and should) get rid of grep in this case: ps -ef | awk '/vmstat 1/ { print "kill " $2 }' | bash