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Questions about shell scripts, executable files that are interpreted by a shell (bash, zsh, etc.).

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Why would following script not execute, but give a syntax error of else: LOGS3_DIR=~/logs if [ -d "$LOGS3_DIR" ]; then cd cd "$LOGS3_DIR" echo "$LOGS3_DIR" for filename in `find "." -mtime 1 -typ …
asked Jun 1 '14 by Novice User
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Why would the following script give following errors : ./check1.sh: line 10: Hi,: command not found ./check1.sh: line 21: syntax error: unexpected end of file check1.sh: #!/bin/bash subj="host …
asked Apr 6 '14 by Novice User
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I have a folder which have multiple Jar files. * dummy.jar * myjar-xx.jar * myjar-yy.jar Using find, I need to find first file starting with "myjar" Now, I want to grep the contents of t …
asked Mar 24 '15 by Novice User
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I need to list and delete .php, .xml files. For this I am using find command. To list : find . -type f -name \*.php -print0 To delete : find . -type f -name \*.php -print0 | xargs -0 rm -r As I run …
asked Oct 3 '13 by Novice User