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revised Print last character in the given path
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answered Print last character in the given path
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comment Rename files with even numbers
@KasiyA I see, the leading zeroes were being interpreted as octal numbers. Stripping out the leading zeroes seemed like the easiest way to fix that issue.
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revised Rename files with even numbers
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comment Rename files with even numbers
@KasiyA I am not sure what you mean. What file name?
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reviewed Close get only file name while iterating over directory instead of path with it
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answered Rename files with even numbers
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comment Identify whether terminal is open in guake
@DisplayName Guake is a graphical terminal emulator for GNOME.
Nov
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reviewed Close How to find out a file is hard link or symlink?
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comment find the max value of column 1 and print respective record from column 2 from file
This should work but is inefficient, because sorting is overkill when the task is to find a maximum.
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answered find the max value of column 1 and print respective record from column 2 from file
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revised find the max value of column 1 and print respective record from column 2 from file
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reviewed No Action Needed Cant revert back to ubuntu from lubuntu
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answered How can variables use “~” for cd'ing?
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comment How to capture command line input into logfile and execute it at the same time?
@jottr Another question. Would bash history work for you or do you want this selective logging in addition to normal bash history (i.e. logged commands should go to both .bash_history and the other log file).
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comment Calling multiple bash scripts and running them in parallel, not in sequence
There is nothing that prevents you from typing all 3 of those commands in the same line. nohup ... & nohup ... & nohup ... &. If you mean instead that you want to run all of the scripts without typing each script name individually, a simple loop will do it.