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answered No EOF, when a program reads its own executable file on cifs mount
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answered How to find different files in UNIX based on . extension?
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comment How to find different files in UNIX based on . extension?
Well, one can replace sort and wc with rev | cut -d. -f1 | rev | uniq -c or even use finds exec option to directly execute awk -F"." '{print $NF}' and then pipe results to uniq -c.
Jan
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answered Sed find/delete for a string with multiple special characters recursively
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revised Grep lines but let the first line through
Only grep for C:/Cygwin in the beginning of a line
Jan
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comment Grep lines but let the first line through
The mount command uses /etc/mtab, which is updated dynamically, and while I am not sure where df gets its data from, I suspect that on Linux it reads /proc/mounts. Either way I don't understand how fstab is relevant and could not reproduce the problem with UUID-mounted disks. Can you elaborate on it?
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answered Grep lines but let the first line through