I've found an interesting paper: Predicting UNIX Command Lines about command-line prediction (based on user past activity), and I wonder if any actual implementation of such thing exists?
on 11/21/2012 – Made popular on 11/21/2012
I need to display the first N lines of the output of a command (any command).
In other words, I esentially want an equivalent of the Unix "head" command.
After discovering a few tricks from some other user (sorry don't remember who it was), I came up with this:
tasklist | find /N " " | findstr /r \[[0-9]\]
In the example above, the command processor display the first 10 lines of the tasklist co
As any command-line user I sometimes want to count lines in text file with well known command:
cat some_text_file | wc -l
I face the problem on Mac OS X, which as far I have it studied is connected with different line endings (sometimes I have output from Mac OS X version of Excel which uses OS X specific line ending, which is not understandable for wc -l; After changin line endings to UNIX sty
I need a command to allow me past the "grub" can't find error.... Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported. "TAB" lists.
using GNU GRUB version 2.00-13ubuntu3. Trying to get the video to open on an older "Toshiba" laptop. With a "Trident" onboard graphics card... It seems to want to run. I found older command lines. Any suggestions?
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