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Shell make system paths click-able when printed out by my shell script
Shell make system paths click-able when printed out by my shell script
To fix this issue This is not a function of the shell, but rather the terminal (the program you use to get to the shell prompt) you are using.You'll have to configure the terminal used and modify what it allows to be clicked/hyperlinked.
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 03:03 PM , By : Lukas Riepler
I want to use parallel-ssh to run a bash script on multiple servers, but it simple prints the echo statements
I want to use parallel-ssh to run a bash script on multiple servers, but it simple prints the echo statements
around this issue Have you also tried to use pssh with a simple bash-script so see if the communication is set up ok?
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 10:56 AM , By : RodrigoK
AWK between 2 patterns - first occurence
AWK between 2 patterns - first occurence
help you fix your problem An (g)awk way that doesn't need a set number of fields(although i have assumed that contains; will always be on the line you need the names from.
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 10:54 AM , By : user2956070
Nginx on docker - daemonize and attach to bash
Nginx on docker - daemonize and attach to bash
I wish did fix the issue. Use the docker exec my-container-name bash command (available since docker 1.3). https://docs.docker.com/reference/commandline/cli/exec
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 10:48 AM , By : Anand V
Delete or Replace nth line in a file after a pattern match using shell scripts
Delete or Replace nth line in a file after a pattern match using shell scripts
it fixes the issue I need to replace 11th line after the pattern match "msq_Query" in a file, the original text should remain intact. A one-liner sed or awk would be helpful !! , I think the easiest way to do this would be with awk like this:
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 10:40 AM , By : user2955469
Actual return code for SCP
Actual return code for SCP
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Per the comments (@gniourf_gniourf, @shelter, @Wintermute) I decided to simply switch tools to rsync. Thankfully the syntax doesn't need to be changed at all.23 was the error code I was getting when files
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM , By : AdariSrinu
How to exit a bash function that expects a return
How to exit a bash function that expects a return
should help you out I'm not completely clear on the how/why bash's exit keyword is inconsistant when calling a function that expects a return vs. not expecting a return. , When you call:
TAG : bash
Date : November 22 2020, 01:01 AM , By : Panos Maroudas
Bash script to split file into two files while changing output file during processing
Bash script to split file into two files while changing output file during processing
seems to work fine I am trying to split a text file into two different files, file looks something like this: , This can be done with awk:
TAG : bash
Date : November 21 2020, 07:31 AM , By : user2953926
Pass command line arguments via sbatch
Pass command line arguments via sbatch
this one helps. The lines starting with SBATCH are not interpreted by bash but are replaced with code by sbatch. The sbatch options do not support $1 vars (only %j and some others, replacing $1 by %1 will not work). When you don't have different sbat
TAG : bash
Date : November 21 2020, 07:31 AM , By : ivs
variable substitution (what do you call/name this method)?
variable substitution (what do you call/name this method)?
I wish this helpful for you Say in bash I have: , You can use an indirect reference for that:
TAG : bash
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM , By : Alessandro Lasmar Mo
Call function from another shell script
Call function from another shell script
seems to work fine I have write a script, and I like to now to make it better readable, by moving parts of my main script in other files, but unfortunately I cannot. , You have to source it, with . or source:
TAG : bash
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM , By : kiko
How to Grep and Replace With Exclusions
How to Grep and Replace With Exclusions
help you fix your problem This is the solution I'm currently using, perhaps there is a better way?
TAG : bash
Date : November 19 2020, 03:59 PM , By : user2952769
shell command to remove characters after a special character in bash/shell
shell command to remove characters after a special character in bash/shell
it helps some times I have filename , In bash, this is easy:
TAG : bash
Date : November 19 2020, 12:41 AM , By : Savagearts
How do I run a script for 1st working day of every month in cron?
How do I run a script for 1st working day of every month in cron?
I hope this helps you . I have to set the cronjob for 1st working day of every month which means the script should run on 1st working day of every month. , First, run the date command:
TAG : bash
Date : November 18 2020, 11:13 AM , By : Vlad
Bash Unexpected End of File Error After Installing RVM
Bash Unexpected End of File Error After Installing RVM
may help you . It looks to me like you have a stray "i" at the end of the second line:
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM , By : Valectar
Nested Loop with increment on inner loop?
Nested Loop with increment on inner loop?
Any of those help See here to iterate over the array keys. This way you do not need to nest the loops: $i will iterate over 0 1 2, you just need to make sure both arrays have the same number of elements.
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM , By : user2950783
video orientation detection in bash
video orientation detection in bash
it should still fix some issue ffprobe is part of the ffmpeg package and it will report on video metadata.
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 11:55 AM , By : user2950599
Interrupt sleep in bash with a signal trap
Interrupt sleep in bash with a signal trap
should help you out I'm trying to catch the SIGUSR1 signal in a bash script that is sleeping via the sleep command:
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM , By : Mohammad Azaze
Want file rename script to add number at end with fixed length
Want file rename script to add number at end with fixed length
it should still fix some issue I have some files with the same extensions: , You can do this using printf with a format specifier:
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM , By : user2949906
What's the DRYest way to replace a file with a symlink in bash
What's the DRYest way to replace a file with a symlink in bash
I hope this helps you . I have an existing file which I'm replacing with a symlink to another file. So I basically need to do this: , You can just use "-f".
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM , By : user2949714
How to run Bitcoin's autogen.sh file?
How to run Bitcoin's autogen.sh file?
This might help you I'm following along in Andreas Antonopoulos Bitcoin book Mastering Bitcoin Chapter 3 (The Bitcoin client) , Installing autoconf and automake would solve the issue
TAG : bash
Date : November 17 2020, 01:00 AM , By : Teodor Krastev
Renaming files in folder and subfolders using a list- Bash Script/Unix
Renaming files in folder and subfolders using a list- Bash Script/Unix
it should still fix some issue To use a batch mv command you'll need to create a tab separated file that'll add explicitly the directory structure that your replace.txt misses, like so:
TAG : bash
Date : November 16 2020, 06:23 AM , By : user2949072
Bash command to compare more than two files
Bash command to compare more than two files
Does that help I have a load of txt files formatted as below. I would like to find out lines of text that are common in all the files. I know I can do this with two files in bash with comm but can I do it with more than two files (I have 204 of them)
TAG : bash
Date : November 15 2020, 06:54 AM , By : tomchappy
If It is a directory append text
If It is a directory append text
hope this fix your issue Im trying to append a text if it is a directory. , Not sure what you're doing, but:
TAG : bash
Date : November 14 2020, 04:51 PM , By : Kevin Jones
What's wrong with my WHILE-DO loop, or why my script can't find the file I'm giving it on a plate?
What's wrong with my WHILE-DO loop, or why my script can't find the file I'm giving it on a plate?
it helps some times I have a problem with BASH script - a bit more complex problem that it seems to be. , I was mislead by the output from Jenkins, especially the line saying:
TAG : bash
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM , By : user2948206
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