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comment Combine multiple images using ImageMagick
@Bram: I didn't know that and strongly agree. Do you know if GraphicsMagick behaves the same?
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comment Get the last change time of directory recursively
... and in zsh you might do ls -l <dir>/**/*(.om[1]).
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revised Get the last change time of directory recursively
actually %T is for modification time; %A is for access time
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revised remove first line in bash
fixed links; shaved off a char \o/
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revised remove first line in bash
integrated comment and other answer; some improvements
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answered How to open a Cygwin shell at a specific directory from Netbeans?
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comment printing passwords: How can I differentiate l/1, o/O/0, etc and visualize spaces?
This looks like the best answer and is also how the asker (you :)) chose to solve the problem in the end. Why not accept it?
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comment using grep -E with AND conditions (ex: (?=/fo)^(?=/mo))
I'd say not a duplicate. This question is concerned with occurrence in the entire file and wants the file name, the other one is about matching single lines and doesn't need the file name. That makes this distinct and non-trivial. I personally wouldn't know how to do it without, say, awk. And indeed the answers on the other question do not solve this problem.