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comment How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
You said you're using sftp with prefix and suffic as 'sequence_1' and '.jpg' respectively. So just change suffix to '01.jpg' and it would work, right?. The only accepted files then would be sequence_1_xx01.jpg, where xx can be any number/character.
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comment How do I transfer multiple files with a common suffix and prefix using an offset?
For your specific case, wouldn't 'sequence_1' and '01.jpg' as prefix and suffix work?
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comment scp: localhost password not accepted
To add to bahamat's comment, you must not use a passphrase for your keys for it to work.
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answered scp: localhost password not accepted
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revised fedora can't find mysql service
Added the command
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suggested suggested edit on fedora can't find mysql service
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comment Remove a directory level from a website URL
Why aren't you using named virtual hosts in apache?
Apr
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answered Is there a way to undo the 'cpp' command in terminal?
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comment View stdout/stderr of systemd service
Shouldn't standard IO redirection operators work in this context. Something like ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/filesync-client --port 2500 2>/tmp/filesync.log
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answered List of available command options?
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answered How do I get the MD5 sum of a directory's contents as one sum?
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comment What is the easiest way to execute text from tail at the command line?
This doesn't work. sh and sh -s does same thing, atleast in this case.
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answered What is the easiest way to execute text from tail at the command line?
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accepted Copy just permissions and ownership from one tar file to another
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comment Copy just permissions and ownership from one tar file to another
@Gilles Thanks a lot. I ended up manually setting up permissions for the files. I'll remember the instructions next time when my backup goes corrupt.