I am currently using FileZilla to backup my Documents. The manual procedure for this is as follows: Sign in to FTP using username and password Open Documents folder on FTP site Drag documents from ...
I am attempting to do something a bit unique, and cannot find the right terminal command line to use. I am attempting to essentially solve for the following problem: I have two volumes of data that ...
(in the Linux Terminal) I used diff --recursive --brief dir1 dir2 and it tells me that File dir1/file and dir2/file differ But then, I try: diff dir1/file dir2/file and there is no output ...
In the Linux terminal, I'm using diff --recursive --brief dir1 dir2 A couple of weeks ago, dir1 and dir2 were identical, but they have both been modified since then. I would like to order to ...
I need to diff two files (not two versions of the same file, they are however tracked by git, but that is unrelated) and I would like some colored output, how can I achieve that? $ diff file_1 file_2 ...
When using diff, is there a way to suppress the first two lines (listing the file names and times) and all the lines beginning with @@ in the output? All I want are the lines that show what to delete ...