I am using AIX 6.1 ksh shell
I want to use one liner to do something like this
cat A_FILE | skip-first-3-bytes-of-the-file
I want to skip the first 3 bytes of the first line, is there a way to do this?
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I am occasionally moving lots of files around (50+ GB) from one HDD to another over my LAN. This takes a while. I often come back to find that it stopped somewhere waiting for user input when there is a problem with a particular file (Cancel, Skip, Skip All or whatever).
I am trying to split a xml using awk. now the issue is i want to skip three lines from the xml file. first two and last one based on pattern. plz some one help. i am new to awk and struggling :wall:
The command you're using to set it is incorrect.sed is a stream editor. It takes "00", translates it into a byte with the hex value 0, and spits it out, followed by 7f, etc. sed knows nothing of endianness; it just manipulates bytes. So you write the following four bytes to the file: 00 7f 01 00.