GNU Core Utilities (coreutils) is a set of basic Unix command-line utilities

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Prompt a user and wait for response

In GNUwin32 or UnxUtils, is there a way to prompt a user to "Press enter to continue" and wait for the enter key, such as the unix 'read' command. I used to have an old command 'ask' that would do ...
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Alternative to ls to group extensions before sorting

I'm looking for some way to modify/replace ls with a command that is capable of: Grouping directories first (as ls does) grouping files by user-defined extension groups (e.g., all image-type ...
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using coreutils split file into pieces to different directories?

How can I use GNU's coreutils split command to split a large file into pieces of L number of lines each, but putting each of the different subfiles into different directories at the same time they are ...
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Trying to install coreutils via MacPorts: “Error: Port coreutils not found”

I'm trying to use MacPorts to install coreutils. I check that MacPorts was installed correctly, $ port version Version: 2.3.4 and try to install coreutils, $ sudo port install coreutils Error: ...
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Displaying unicode emoji in filenames on Ubuntu

I'd like to use emoji in filenames and access them on the command line, but I can't seem to get it to work with ls. Weird thing is, if I pipe into just about any other program, the emoji are correctly ...
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more recent build of GNU coreutils for win32?

Is there a more recent build of unxutils.zip? (The unix command-line utilities for Windows) The canonical downloads are at http://unxutils.sourceforge.net/ but they date from 1999-2003; in particular ...
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linux ls show seconds for recent files only

linux coreutils ls command shows when using with "-l" option timestamps including hours and minutes for recent files and shows year instead for files older than six months and newer than now. I would ...