Command line utility to join lines of two files

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How do I join, decrypt and uncompress my backups?

This is the line I used to back up some files for f in "*"; do tar -ch "$f" | pv | xz -9 -v |openssl des3 -salt -k “mypassword” | split -a 4 -b 200m – “/backups_${f%}.tar.xz_” ; done Now I am ...
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Using SQL to join spreadsheets in excel

Based on the explanation here: How do I join two worksheets in Excel as I would in SQL? I tried to join two excel sheets from different files into the same sheet. However, I keep getting this error ...
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Would shell command join cause out of memory?

I have two file to join. FILE 1: a A1 a A2 a A3 ... c C1 c C2 ... FILE 2: a feature1_of_a a feature2_of_a ... a featureN_of_a ... ... c feature1_of_c c feature2_of_c ... after join, i ...
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Join mp4 files in linux

I want to join two mp4 files to create a single one. The video streams are encoded in h264 and the audio in aac. I can not re-encode the videos to another format due to computational reasons. Also, I ...
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How to print separator for all fields in join utility?

For example: file a: Tom:black Lily:pink file b: Tom:big Kate:small And, the result: join -t: a1 a b Got: Tom:black:big Lily:pink But what I want is: Tom:black:big Lily::pink i.e. ...
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Join with gzipped files

I want to use the command line join utility on two files. Unfortunately, they're gzipped. Because they're both gzipped, I can't use gzip -cd. Is there a slick way to do this without having to unzip ...
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Joining text files with 600M+ lines

I have two files, huge.txt and small.txt. huge.txt has around 600M rows and it's 14 GB. Each line has four space separated words (tokens) and finally another space separated column with a number. ...
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How to join MP3 files? [duplicate]

Motivation I'm looking for a program that allows me to join a lot of mp3 files (an audio book) to a single large mp3 file. My mp3 player is able to remember the position inside a track, but it takes ...