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I want to schedule jobs with at, but I'm not sure what happens if the computer is suspended at the specified time: Will the command be executed as soon as the computer wakes up again (like with anacron) or will it not be executed at all (like with cr
I am migrating my home directory from an old system to a new one, and the tarball I made contains everything, including hidden files like . bashrc. However, when I move the contents of the unpacked tarball (which are in /tmp) to my new home directory
Is it possible to change the colors in the command prompt for the [email protected], as well as the the current directory and command parts of the prompt display? I've already seen something like this done by OSX users, but I don't know how to do the
I have a file of that looks as follows: foo bartom jerryUNIX Linux Each word and/or Linux is a different length. How do strip or remove the last character from each line using bash or ksh shell only on a Linux or Unix-like systems?You can use any one
Beginning with the common feature of import and export is the moving of the products in an official way from one destination (country) to another (country), what differentiates the terms is "export" - products leave the country and "import" products
I'm studying shell scripting with bash and I need to know the difference between () and {}. How does one select between the two when writing a script? (.
This question already has an answer here: How do I delete my commands quickly? 9 answers Ctrl+U will only clean from the cursor to the beginning of the line, so if the cursor is at the end of the line, all the line will be cleaned, and if not, there
I'm running Ubuntu 11. 04. I use the terminal to start a bash session, and I want to add an environment variable: [email protected]:~$ env THEVAR=/example But it's not working
If all you want is a simple word based auto-completion (so no subcommand completion or anything), the complete command has a -W option that just does the right thing. For example, I have the following lines in my . bashrc to autocomplete a program ca
You should get a grip on the Linux grep command. This is part of the on-going 15 Examples series, where 15 detailed examples will be provided for a specific command or functionality. Earlier we discussed 15 practical examples for Linux find command,