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am no expert at anything but at SE i learn new stuff everyday :)

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comment Bash script to remove and rename files based on size and naming
@SimonKberg +1 for the effort you put in
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answered Bash script to remove and rename files based on size and naming
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comment Bash script to remove and rename files based on size and naming
what did you try .... did you face any issue's / errors implementing it or Do you want the complete script coded by someone ? (to start with the size can be found using du -sh filename and a if condition to check and rename ... thats what your question requires , right !!)
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comment How to expand * on Bash command line
good question , +1
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comment how to Recover deleted files on RHEL linux
would the downvoter care to explain how he can get the exact data once removed without having a backup?
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answered how to Recover deleted files on RHEL linux
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answered sed quotes and backslashes on cygwin
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comment How to merge ls commands colors with the output of find or du?
you can also use the --color option available for grep .... eg : ` find . -iname "t*" | du -sh * | grep stuff --color=auto`
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comment How to use GNU parallel with gunzip
GNU parallel , +1
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comment how to remove a screen (detached sessions) in unix?
Thanks , +1 for the answer .
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answered How do I prevent $PATH from resetting itself each time?
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comment how to remove a screen (detached sessions) in unix?
@HansMeiser ....... thanks , i did search for it , but didnt find anything here. I didnt look in SO. Any way to close this question or should i just delete this ?
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comment how to remove a screen (detached sessions) in unix?
@demure i dont use them now , i made a new one for each project and now have quite a few .......... just thinking of ways to get rid of them or at least reduce them!!
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