I have about 200 C files that I need to format to a text file like so:
sem_post_stress.c dup_fdopendir.c shm_open.c and 198 others...
after making the files, the binaries are stored in
./aarch64/le/ along with
I need to create a text file used at startup to make my image with the ~200 binaries, formatted like so, one line per binary:
/tmp/sem_post_stress = /home/.../.../.../.../aarch64/le/sem_post_stress /tmp/dup_fdopendir = /home/.../.../.../.../aarch64/le/dup_fdopendir /tmp/shm_open = /home/.../.../.../.../aarch64/le/shm_open
From this link: https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/bash-scripting-loops
I know how to rename all files like:
for i in $(ls *.); do
but not how to add a prefix for my qemu environment
"/tmp/" or the rest,
I'm new to bash and never use it so I apologize if this is trivial, I have looked everywhere. Any hints or code is greatly appreciated!