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How do I split files in place (delete original as new files are written)

I have a filesystem that is full, and I have several very large files that need to be split (so that some of them can then be archived with tar and the others examined). Is there a way to split with ...
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How to split file on basis of size without breaking last line of split file

I have a big file and want to split the file on the basis of size. For e.g. Main file: 10 Mb and then I want to split it into 2 mb parts. But the issue is if I use split -b it breaks the last line ...
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How do I split a lubuntu root partition?

I've installed lubuntu on my old laptop and not knowing anything about linux partitioning I ended up with one full drive partition. I have already some large files in that partition and I would like ...
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How to split big flac file int tracks and fill the id3 tag?

I have a music album, but whole album is in single flac file and tracks are listed in cue file. So I'd like to split it into tracks, but also fill the id3 tags and name files by track name.
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Split PDF document from command line in Linux?

I would like to extract page ranges from a PDF document into a new PDF document using the command line in Linux. Note that: Pdftk - The PDF Toolkit fails for me with: $ pdftk input.pdf cat 1 ...
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Using the Linux split command to create N Files

I need to split files into guaranteed number of buckets. The size do not have to be equal. Here is my logic count = wc -l filename split_count = (count)/4 split -l split_count filename core_ ...
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How to split a video file into smaller chunks in Linux? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Tool like Media File Segmenter for Linux I know that one can use ffmpeg to extract a smallfile.avi from a largfile.avi. But What I am looking for is an tool/command to ...
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split files on windows compatible with linux cat

I need to split up a large file on windows so I can upload it in parts to a linux machine. I'm looking to do the opposite to this hopefully with some native utilities to keep it simple. I understand ...
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how to recover data splitted by split command

I've got a few files that were split using the split command. Which command can combine them into one file again?
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Is there a way to reassemble files split without enumerating all of the parts explicitly?

I used split -b 32m "file.bz2" "file.bz2.part-" to split a file and it created more than 50 parts. From googling, the way I found to reassemble the parts is to cat file.bz2.part-aa file.bz2.part-ab ...
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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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Concatenate files over FTP

I have a list of files on an FTP server that I would like to concatenate remotely. They are quite large so I would prefer not to download them. The reason I'm in this situation is because I ...