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Jan
23
comment Download directory from sftp
From your workstation; some examples: kb.iu.edu/d/agye
Jan
23
comment Download directory from sftp
Mm. Try with sftp -r rob2056@storagename ... ? I'm starting to suspect your version of sftp may not support -r. In which case you would update it or use another tool like scp.
Jan
23
comment Download directory from sftp
Try get -r /remotedir instead?
Jan
23
comment Download directory from sftp
Does not work in what sense? Any error message(s)?
Jan
16
comment I'd like my script to interpret links when processing files
readlink should suffice from what you've described
Jan
16
revised I'd like my script to interpret links when processing files
Provided link in response to OP's edit
Jan
16
comment I'd like my script to interpret links when processing files
I think you're confusing the filename "alias" in your question with the shell builtin alias. In your question, "alias" is just the name of the symlink, and has nothing to do with the shell builtin alias.
Jan
16
revised I'd like my script to interpret links when processing files
Provided example usage
Jan
16
answered I'd like my script to interpret links when processing files
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answered Shutdown so fast on iMac
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Sep
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comment Bash Combine Replacement and Sub String Extraction in One Step
+1 For maintainable code
Sep
25
comment Bash Combine Replacement and Sub String Extraction in One Step
Thank you. mysite=${mysite//[\.\/-]/} is all I need.
Sep
25
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Jun
11
comment Creating yum .repo file from a remote repo using rpm
@RedCricket Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. I created a noarch rpm with the .repo file, and it works like a charm.
Jun
10
asked Creating yum .repo file from a remote repo using rpm