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answered grep beginning of file?
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answered Copy files in Linux, avoid the copy if files do exist in destination
Mar
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comment Why does this bash command take up all space on device?
i prefer find /path -type f -iname "*.php" -exec grep -q -H "module" "{}" +; ...
Mar
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answered Why does this bash command take up all space on device?
Mar
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answered how to `tail` the latest file in a directory
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answered Download a File in a Batch File
Feb
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comment Find external and internal devices attached to a system in Linux
I looked at the page, its new i guess. no idea how.
Feb
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answered Find external and internal devices attached to a system in Linux
Feb
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answered What is the shell command to display contents of a file?
Feb
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answered How do I “globalize” binaries in Linux?
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answered How to find Binary file in solaris?
Feb
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answered Delete matching files in all subdirectories
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answered Regarding Unix Move Command
Feb
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answered Terminal command for seeing the first xxx lines of a file
Feb
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comment Copying large number of files from one directory to another in Linux
i do not have a million files to test, so i can't answer for you about performance. you have to test out yourself on a development server.
Feb
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answered Copying large number of files from one directory to another in Linux
Feb
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comment find and mail if changes has occured, unix
just put the command in the appropriate if/else statement.
Feb
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comment find and mail if changes has occured, unix
yes. why don't you try it out? type the above command and run it, then try specifying file name once and run it again.
Feb
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answered find and mail if changes has occured, unix
Feb
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comment questions about bash background job
@tim, if you do a man stop ,you can see it says "request that the job be stopped". Basically that's that.