the following bash script readwords_from_csv.bash perform the following
read the the CSV words names and CSV words values ( word values can include non alpha numerical and spaces ) , for now awk support to work with non alpha numeral values
print CSV word names and CSV word values for each CSV line ( word values are from the second CSV line )
I have a folder that contains many sub folders and files. This tree has to be backed up to an archive system. According to the tech support, one of the archives is failing to back up due to the possibility of trailing spaces on file and folder names. Therefore, I would like to have a script parse through this directory tree and remove trailing spaces from file and folder names.
Is this true? I'm trying to get WPA supplicant to work with the Broadcom driver I think it's BCM 4313 wireless adapter in a Lenovo 560 laptop.. I have compiled the driver its name is WL. KO however the driver is seemingly not supported by WPA supplicant. WPA supplicant says it supports a WL. O driver.
I've been using this line to remove spaces from file names in Linux.
Usually Windows users like to add spaces in the file names, I prefer dashes (-) or under scores (_) instead, they are easy to manage in the console.
I've found this command a long time ago in a forum, and still have it on my personal notes.
Here posted for everybody:
for file in *; do mv "$file" `echo $file | sed -e 's/ */_/g'
When I copy 2-3 paragraphs from a E-textbook PDF file and paste it to MS word,the new line(line breaks) in PDF also appears in MS word even though .It means a new line in PDF also becomes a new line the word.But this is causing inconvinience to me .Im preparing notes for my students and deleting the spaces and tabs to remove the empty spaces is too time-consuming.I want the content to come in a si