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?
on 10/24/2012 – Made popular on 10/24/2012
Late last week, Motorola introduced Motorola Skip, which is a small clip that you can clip to your belt or shirt that will unlock your Moto X with a single tap. This is especially important for those of you that use a security lock screen such as a PIN or pattern, which I highly recommend.
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).
Remember the Motorola Skip accessory that was released last year around the same time as the Moto X? It was a little accessory that allowed you to unlock your phone with ease. You would attach it to your belt and Motorola also offered Dots (stickers) to place in different parts of your house.
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: