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awk remove sign “,” in all columns, if it exists between

My data input file: 508,186,,Name,"VIA PAS, 4",vou1@mail.com, 291,345,,Name2,Votros 73,vou2@mail.com, 911,733,,Name3,zap 101,vou4@mail.com, 9000,32,,Michel,hops 12,"x1@mail.com, vou7@mail.com, ...
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How do I work on a wiki draft with local save?

Editing a wiki article is usually done online but if I'd like to restart a browser then the draft is lost. How do I work on the draft with a local copy and ability to preview if I don't use web ...
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editing the host name in Linux

I needed to install some libraries (like libSM.i686) on my machine to be able to work with ANSYS Workbench (which is a fluid dynamic simulation software) and I encountered a problem in using the ...
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VIM Editor: File Enconding and Line Endings

When saving files, these are my default settings in TextMate (Mac OS X): File Encoding: UTF8 (recommended) Line Endings: LF (recommended) How can I set VIM to save files with the same file encoding ...
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Vim ! before execute silent '!mkdir' what is it for?

Make new folder from Vim command line in Windows gVim In this with the mkdir command a '!' is added in front of the command. What does the '!' actually do?
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915 views

How can I edit a file if there is no vi, vim, joe, etc?

Is there a way to edit a file if there are no vi, vim, joe, mcedit? In another words is there a way to edit a file using just the shell commands?
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Cheat Engine for Mac OS X or Linux

Cheat Engine is an open source tool designed to help you with modifying single player games running under window so you can make them harder or easier depending on your preference(e.g: Find that ...
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How to copy remote machines text to local machines clipboard through SSH?

I work on a remote machine through ssh. I have a very large text file there (approx. 500 lines) which I usually need to modify, then copy the contents of that file and paste it in my local browser. ...
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Modifiying a file in editor automatically

I'm trying to change a ppt to beamer. Here's the strategy I'm following: Copy all bullets from the ppt (open office) Paste it in an editor (gedit?) Hit save. (Here, it should call the sed script ...
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1answer
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How can the Table of Contents in a PDF file be edited?

How can I edit the Table of Contents of a PDF file on Linux? I tried pdfedit but I can't find where the content table list is stored.
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Use vim to edit ANY text on Linux

I come from the Mac world, where I use http://www.hogbaysoftware.com/products/quickcursor to edit text from anywhere in Vim. Is there anything like that on Linux ? I'm already using "It's All Text" ...
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In vim's visual mode (type “v”), how do I select multiple lines?

What are the shortcuts that I need to know, to make it snap snap? Right now, all I do it the up/down arrow...it's noobish.
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Mass editing videos on Ubuntu?

I'm trying to add a watermark and a credits image to all of my old videos. I downloaded them off YouTube so they are all flv (H.264?). Is there some software that will allow me do simple edits in ...
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Change first byte of file in Linux?

How can I change the first byte of multiple files in Linux? Willing to use perl/awk/sed/whatever. Must work correctly on binary files (i.e. not change any other bytes).
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468 views

Is there any automatic tool to remove edges from an image that has been anti-aliased onto a white background

I have a few images that have been anti-aliased onto a white background that I want to put on a transparent background. Just selecting it with the -wand tool/fuzzy select tool/select your terminology ...
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Tool like Media File Segmenter for Linux

I'm looking for a tool for Linux which can segment a video file into multiple small .ts files. I know one for Mac OS X called Media File Segmenter which is a simple command line tool - I'm looking ...
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884 views

Linux: Advanced Grub Bootloader configuration? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Aesthetically editing grub.cfg Make grub keep its default boot under kernel updates Hello, I want to use the Grub bootloader to boot up my system with my triple boot. ...
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492 views

What are some good HD Video editors for Linux?

What are some good HD Video editors for Linux? preferably free/open-source, etc.
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3answers
542 views

Command-line video concatenation and recompression?

What is the best CLI tool (preferably Linux based) that will allow concatenating video files, and also compressing them on the client-side for YouTube upload?
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1answer
2k views

Vim press ENTER to continue

When using vim to run a shell command, eg. with :!ls or :sh to get into a shell, I always have the prompt Press ENTER or type command to continue This is fine for "internal" vim commands ...
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Irfanview nearest equivalent for linux [closed]

IrfanView is a wonderful freeware Windows swiss-army-knife for image viewing & editing. For me, the key features are fast viewing, simple editing (crop, contrast, brigthness, rotation, ...
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Could less show the viewed proportion of text file?

As the title implies, when I am browsing text file,I would like to know the current viewed porportion of the whole text file. I know that with -N option,we could turn on the line numbers,but how ...