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Display records between two search strings using sedview story

http://www.unix.com – I have input file like Code: AAA AAA CCC CCC CCC EEE EEE EEE EEE FFF FFF GGG GGG i was trying to retrieve data between two strings using sed. Code: sed -n /CCC/,/FFF/p input_file Am getting output like Code: CCC CCC CCC EEE EEE EEE EEE FFF The above command retrieves the data till to the first occurence of the destination string (i.e., till 1st occurence off FFF record) I need t (HowTos)

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retrieving data between two stringsview story

http://www.unix.com – I have input file like AAA AAA CCC CCC CCC EEE EEE EEE EEE FFF FFF GGG GGG i was trying to retrieve data between two strings using sed. sed -n /CCC/,/FFF/p input_file Am getting output like CCC CCC CCC EEE EEE EEE EEE FFF The above command retrieves the data, till to the first occurence of destination string (i.e., only one FFF record) I need to search the records till last occurence. Expected ou (HowTos)

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ASUS confirms Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is coming to the entire Transformer family and Eee Pad Slider.view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – We certainly expect Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to make its way to ASUS Transformer devices sooner rather than later. Let’s face it, ASUS has one of the best track records for updates as the Transformer Prime received the Ice Cream Sandwich update in January, and the original Eee Pad Transformer (TF101) received it February. (IT news)

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Switching to Crunchbang Waldorfview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello everyone,my name is Sascha and I just quit Arch/Ubuntu, and installed Waldorf on my netbook, an Eee PC 1000H, It was running Arch since ages - and Ubuntu Quantal Quetzal because of my curiosity, where Unity goes, but I'm tired of the lame speed under Quantal and not willing to use Arch anymore.Normally, I run computers on StumpWM, FluxBox or OpenBox, so that OpenBox setup on you're (HowTos)

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Source Says ASUS Netherlands Says Not All Tablets Will Get Jelly Bean Update, But ASUS Germany Says They Never Said Such A Thingview story

http://www.talkandroid.com –   The last few weeks has been quite a nail-biter for owners of various ASUS-branded tablets. While ASUS manufactures the mouthwatering Jelly Bean-powered Nexus 7 tablet, immediate speculation came regarding ASUS’ existing tablets and whether or not they too would get some Android 4.1 lovin’ too. (IT news)

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[lubuntu] ASUS laptop says cable "plugged in, not charging" battery?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've been having quite a bit of problems with my laptop battery lately. For some reason when it's not plugged in, my computer will automatically shut off without warning with around 50 - 60% charge still left, according to Windows. (Hardware)

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Getting aroundview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi!I started to use linux some time ago back to Ubuntu 8.04, since then I never got fully back to Windows (but can't completely dismiss it though :/). (HowTos)

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Installing elmurato ACPI scripts on the EEEPC 701view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – There's a bit of confusion on the forums as to exactly how you install the elmurato ACPI scripts. To help new users, the following procedure worked on my vanilla install of CrunchBang. On reboot, the EEE icon changes to the new 'mirrored Es', and the new functions (overclock, fan speed, etc) all work fine. (HowTos)

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Asus 1201HA Fn Keys with F17view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I have recently installed F17 on may Asus Eeepc 1201HA it has all (so far) worked right out of the box, but i am having some minor issues with the Fn Hotkeys. Right Out of the box: Sound controls, wireless & touchpad (onf/off) works perfectly. Brightness control does not work, neither hotkeys nor through "brightnes" at system settingss. adding acpi_osi=Linux at the grub config as (HowTos)

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Linking to my home partition in Fuduntuview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello everyone,I've recently installed #! and I'm loving it! It's super fast on my netbook (eee 1000he).I wanted to try Fuduntu which I've read also runs pretty good on netbooks (how do the two compare btw?). So I now have a dual-boot with #! (HowTos)