General :: Is There A Windows Equivalent Of The Unix "strings" Command

Mar 25, 2010

strings in Unix and Linux extracts printable strings from a binary file. Is there a version of this for Windows? I couldn't find one.

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General :: Windows PowerShell Equivalent To Unix - `pwd`?

Jun 9, 2011

In follow-up to the cmd.exe question, what is the PowerShell equivalent to echo %cd%, or Linux/Unix pwd?

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I want to search and replace strings in a file with strings in other files/i need to do it with big strings(string1 is big) and i want to use a txt file for this.But this code not working :

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Apr 12, 2010

We often require to find an equivalent text command for any GUI operation. Just as an example we click on a folder (say ABC) from the current directory in order to see the contents of that directory. The equivalent command for it to happen would be->

Code:
cd ABC ls Now the thing is that we often don't know what that equivalent command will be. So I want to know that is there any way out to find it. What I want to do is that I shall perform any operation using mouse in the GUI mode(whatever operation it could be) and then I can see a log file to see what I actually did last(rather what the command would have been if I have worked in the text mode)...

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Feb 19, 2011

I am teaching using an Ubuntu 10 server. The course stipulates the students use the mail command to send me assessment work, however I can't get mail to work (I did have to install it in the first place). After I end the message with a dot I get the message "send-mail: cannot open mail:25".

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Jan 3, 2011

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Feb 14, 2010

title's confusing, but can't edit it. I may not know what I'm talking about, but does anyone want to have a go at translating this suggestion I dug up into one that Mint 7 would act on?

sudo insmod /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/drivers/usb/serial/usbs erial.ko vendor=0x16d8 product=0x6280

Object is to get drivers for telstra turbo which isnt recognised at all yet.

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What is the equivalent of Solaris's passwd command in Linux?

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Jun 18, 2010

I tried to run % mvdir earlier and it said command not found. I then ran a search for it and still not found.Is there a place I can download the script for the command, and is there any information I should know post-download to get it to work?

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Dec 10, 2010

What exactly is the use of dmesg?

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General :: Shell Command Equivalent To (Ctrl+C) To Exit From A Process?

Apr 1, 2011

I write a script to read a file which is something like a pipe (or) queue , which shows the running status.In normal case, if i open this file with cat command, i have to use ctrl+c to exit this . What command shall i use to do the same inside a shell script ? I have tried ^C in my script , but it does not exit the process.

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Jul 14, 2011

When creating a shortcut in windows it makes a .lnk file.

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Aug 4, 2010

I am very new to Linux and Unix. Is there a command list which indicates the UNIX command equivalents also?

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General :: Any Equivalent To Windows Live Writer?

Jan 14, 2010

Is there any Linux equivalent to Windows Live Writer? I've got the Wordpress for iPhone app on my iPod and Windows Live Writer on Windows. These programs are much easier for stuff such as adding images than the web interface. Is there a similar program for Linux that works with self-hosted Wordpress blogs?

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Jun 19, 2010

I want an open source equivalent of Tahoma in windows. Had been using windows fonts and now I am ditching it completely.

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Aug 19, 2010

I know the 'history' command give me a list of the commands I have typed into the Unix terminal.

How do I see the command history for all of the users currently logged onto the system?

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This question may be silly and super easy for linux connaisseurs, but I was just wondering, for instance, I want to use the >find command to search for a file and send the results to a text file

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Mar 28, 2010

Is it true that the UNIX commands to send a file to a printer for printing are system-dependent?

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General :: Limit Unix Top Command Columns Via Arguments

Jun 2, 2010

I'm pretty sure this is super simple, but I've searched and searched and for the life of me I can't find any info on how to limit the columns that display in the interactive top program with arguments passed from the command line. I recall seeing something formatted like this ...

~/top -f (kdx)

Which would only show the %CPU, UID, program name fields/columns. I'd like to display the results in a really narrow terminal window on the right side of my desktop.

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General :: Wrapper For Unix Command With Multiple Parameters

Jan 7, 2011

I hope to add a wrapper script for the command with different parameters. For example, for any Unix command or script, like below:
command.sh -s p1 -o p2 -q p3
or
command.sh

Probably we could do as this way
cat wrapper
$1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $6 $7 | tee test.log
(assume it has 0 to 6 parameters)

and use it like
wrapper command.sh -s p1 -o p2 -q p3
wrapper command.sh

It is a little ugly to list all fixed parameter as above, do we have better code to handle various parameters?

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General :: How To Visit URL Using Shell Script Or Unix Command

Aug 2, 2011

I want to visit a url but this shall be invoked by a shell script. Anyone let me know the command to hit a url in unix.

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General :: Unix - 'man' Command: Search For A Word/phrase And Cycle Through?

Jun 29, 2011

When looking for a certain word or phrase in the man page of linux command, one can type '/' followed by the word/phrase to search for it. What I'd like to be able to do is to search for the next occurrence of the word/phrase without having to type it out again. Kinda like when you use 'ctrl+f' in a browser to search for a word, and then press 'enter' to find the next occurrence of that word.If this is possible to do, how do I do it?

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Sep 8, 2011

I am trying to ssh into my server from the command-line without including the username in the url. I do not want it to send any username, as it currently takes the active account and sends that as user.ex:

ssh server.com -> (doesn't send default username)

instead of [URL] I would want to input username directly into the server, just like it is done using putty on windows. he wants to be prompted for a username, rather than having to provide one when connecting - but I don't really see the utility in such a thing. - birryree Sep 8 at 17:41

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Mar 16, 2011

Unix command that allows to know which process is running on processor core?

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Mar 16, 2010

i am now running Slitaz 2.0 and i would like to know how to run windows applications on my system. My OS didnt come with this wine ive been hearing about so i dont know what do do.

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General :: Get The MAC Address From Windows Xp And Remove It From A File On A Unix Box?

Mar 13, 2011

I am tring to get the MAC address from windows xp and remove it from a file on a unix box. This is what I have so far:

getmac | plink.exe -ssh -pw "my pw" -noagent -m commands.txt root@192.168.1.82
commands.txt
cd /root
tr '-' ':' | tr -d '[:blank:]'

now this is what I get

10:9A:CD:5F:04:8ADeviceTcpip_{5A79FE8D:F227:4B91:9459:2701486C5D94}

All I need is the MAC. Everything after Device* is not needed.The file is /var/db/captiveportal_mac.db. The MAC address are listed like this.

MAC1
MAC2
MAC3
MAC4
MAC5

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Debian Programming :: Sh Command Strings

Feb 8, 2014

I use udhcp with some of my minimal installs. I've messed around with the code a bit when it wasn't working correctly - a few years ago. I will find time - I hope soonish - to figure out how to do a few other things with it.

For now though, I'm using this string to grab my ip after startup

Code: Select allsu -c 'ifconfig eth0&&ifdown -a&&ifup lo&&ifup eth0'&&/sbin/ifconfig eth0

I realize I could substitute ifup -a but I'm more interested in figuring out how to make ifup wait for the ip to become available if it is not available yet.

Never mind that one, just typing out the question answered it for me, when I find it in the scripting man ' ; : " & =

Or if there are any other suggestions for better construction of the string.

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