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Shell script to find out words, replace them and count wordsview story

http://nixcraft.com – hello, i 'd like your help about a bash script which: 1. finds inside the html file (it is attached with my post) the code number of the Latest Stable Kernel, 2.finds the link which leads to the download location of the Latest Stable Kernel version, (the right link should lead to the file linux-x.x.x.tar.bz2) 3. Downloads from the link above the kernel of Linux (with wget) 4. (HowTos)

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batch processing with awkview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I want to use awk to rename files to include their sfv hash. For instance I have a file named hello.wmv and its sfv hash is 01234567. I want to automatically rename the file to hello[01234567].wmv. I have many media files so manually doing it would be a pain. I could do this in Bash easily enough but I want to learn more about awk. (HowTos)

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suggestions for parsing slack -current changelogsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi there, I'm trying to get better at CLI work and for a first project I'd like to be able to parse the daily changelogs of slackware -current and output them to a terminal. So far i've got the following, i'd really appreciate people pointing out whats a) wrong b) stupid and c) stupidly wrong. (HowTos)

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shell scripting testingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have an input file (10000 lines) named ‘out’ in the given format. Each two lines represent one structure. I am giving this data file as input to a shell program which creates 5000 folders; one directory for each chromosomes using built-in tool ‘mfold SEQ=input’ command. The shell program is ‘process.awk’ given below. I am executing with a command ‘awk –f process.awk out’. (HowTos)

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Canon: ‘Aggressive growth strategy’ with new appointmentsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Canon has put its competitors on notice that it is undertaking what it calls an ‘aggressive growth strategy’ in the Australian market as it announced the appointment of two 22-year print industry veterans to spearhead its latest sales and marketing drive. (IT news)

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"No such file or directory" even though the file is thereview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi guys, I'm working on a simple bash script which collects data upon a request from a db and outputs the result into a file. The file is then uploaded to a different server for further processing. The file name is stored in a variable, the file is created but I can't access it again. The filename is db_export_timestamp. (HowTos)

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How to list or find the largest files and directories-folders, Free disk spaceview story

http://www.go2linux.org – Introduction When you are running out of disk space, you need to concentrate on the biggest files and folders on your disk, so you can get space quickly. The best way, is to list the first 10 folders, then go inside some of them, and find files you may or can delete, and get new free space. Commands needed There is not a single command in Linux to help us with this task, but we will use du, sort (HowTos)

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[Perl] hash and while loop - output not rightview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I am trying to create a script that will give me the subversion latest revision number for various repositories. But the output I am getting is not coming out in the right format. (HowTos)

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perl scriptview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi all, I wrote a script to extract the body of an incoming mail but it is not working as expected. Script: #!/usr/bin/perl use Mail::Internet; my $mail = Mail::Internet->new( \*STDIN ); my $headers = $mail->head->header_hashref; my $sender = $mail->get('From'); my @sender = @{${$headers}{'From'}}; my $from = $headers->{From}->[0]; my $body = [ @{$mail->body} ]; print $body (HowTos)

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Links 24/11/2010: Avatar Reveals Reliance on GNU/Linux, Acer Distributes More Androidview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux A Point That Deserves Illuminating: Linux Is Not “I-Cant-Believe-Its-Not-Windows!” The difference between consumer needs and producer needs appear to be clearly understood everywhere else. (General)