How can get a file, except the last (for instance) 2 lines, with standard or GNU shell tools? (bash, tail, cat and so on.)
I'm having this issue where when I try to use sudo to rcp some files from a Linux host to an HP-UX host (note that the destination directory requires root access to write to), I get the following ...
How can I resume a stopped job in Linux? I was using emacs and accidentally hit ctrl-z which blasted me back to the console. I can see it when I type 'jobs' [*****]$ jobs + Stopped ...
This single-command BASH script file is difficult to understand, so I want to write a comment for each of the actions: grep -R "%" values* \ | sed -e "s/%/\n%/" \ | grep "%" \ | grep -v " % " \ | ...
I wondered if theres a way to do rotational style completion in bash similar to the behavoir on cmd.exe, I've found it speeds me up in regard to entering commands
I am working on Ubuntu 11.1. The symlink /bin/sh pointed to dash in my system. /bin/bash pointed to sh. I accidentally changed /bin/sh to point to /bin/bash. Now, I can't open the terminal. How can I ...