This works: echo "yada yada" | msmtp email@example.com but not this: cat yadayada.txt | msmtp firstname.lastname@example.org which delivers the email with empty content. Why does echo work through pipe but not ...
Suppose I have a bash shell script called Myscript.sh that need on argument as input. But I want the content of the text file called text.txt to be that argument. I have tried this but it does not ...
When I pipe multiple unix commands such as grep, sed, tr etc. I tend to specify the input file that is being processed using cat. So something like cat file | grep ... | awk ... | sed ... . But ...
Why does this not work? ls *.txt | xargs cat > all.txt (I want to join the contents of all text files into a single 'all.txt' file.) find with -exec should also work, but I would really like to ...