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Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system originally developed in 1969 by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs.

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I generally use od -bc {filename} | head to look at the header of a binary file. view works too, but I find that it is generally better to see the output directly on the terminal.
answered Jan 31 '11 by Arcege
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You mentioned that rsync was not available on your Solaris box, so here is another possible solution. (cd ${localdir}; find . -type f -exec md5sum {} \;) > /tmp/md5s.lcl.lst & lclpid=$! ssh -n ${remo …
answered Feb 20 '11 by Arcege
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sed - file manipulation, e.g. sed -e '/<foo>/,/<\/foo>/{;s/bar/widget/;}' xyzzy.xml awk - file manipulation, my favorite idiom is du -sk * | awk '{sum+=$1}END{print sum}' less - pag …
answered Feb 10 '11 by Arcege
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Can also use awk: ps axuwww | awk '!/grep/ && /ssh/ && /remote-host/ && /port-forwarding-stmt/' The 'www' arguments to ps(1) tell to display the full command-line, instead of a shortened version.
answered May 25 '11 by Arcege