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reviewed No Action Needed How to open the SSH port 22?
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reviewed No Action Needed Extracted files to /usr, system seems broken now
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revised Why does the “-or” flag to GNU find cause my expression to evaluate in an unexpected way?
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Thanks for the infor, @mikeserv. I can tell you're right because this fails with the --posix flag to sed. But I don't understand why - the sed man page doesn't do much to explain the non-posix features of GNU sed.
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answered Why does the “-or” flag to GNU find cause my expression to evaluate in an unexpected way?
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asked Why does the “-or” flag to GNU find cause my expression to evaluate in an unexpected way?
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oh, sorry, i updated my answer to fix that.
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comment how to run awk twice across the same file
Would this shell script work for you? for u in $(grep win input.log | awk -F, '{print $2}'); do grep "$u" input.log; done
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answered Is there any way to determine the signal that was caught from inside a bash trap function?
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revised How to loop through file pattren and rename file name in linux?
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