Is there a single key strike through which i can do it ? like going to the word "to" and striking that key will put rest of the words in new line. ( i want to do it in normal mode , not in the usual insert mode where it obviously can be done by typing <Enter> )
I have a text file of n-number of tab-delimited lines ("INPUT") which I would like to parse line-by-line to a text output file depending on the SampleID of the line. These lines contain a unique SampleID and each subject has several lines of data.
I also have a text file of relevant SampleID ("INPUT2"). The basic idea is that I read a line from INPUT, split the tab-delimited line, extract the SampleID from the split line, compare the SampleID of this line to my list of relevant SampleIDs. If there is a match, then print the line from INPUT to OUTPUT, then move on to the next line of INPUT. Alternatively, if there is no match, then move on to the next line in INPUT. I tried to script this (extreme newbie at perl right now) and failed miserably, but here is what I have at the moment:
i've gotten my fedora 12 to the point where i can run python3 scripts from command line and can call up python 2.6.2 idle with the command 'idle' from command line. what command will call up python3 (3.1.2 to be exact) idle?
I know my way around MS Windows much better, but I just don't feel right trying to program something for Android on a Microsoft operating system. I am interested in Android programming so I followed the instructions on [URL] to install the environment on my computer...
I just installed the JDK, SDK, Eclipse successfully (or I assume):
* When I get to Step 4 where I'm supposed to run 'android' it will not run. I get the error message "android: command not found" (I am definitely in the right directory).
** When I double-click it in nautilus, it opens up in gedit. I can set the permissions in nautilus (through the properties - Allow executing file as a program) and get it to work,
I have a log file on ubuntu 10.04 that has 500 lines of log data in it. What command could I use in a terminal to split the single 500-line file into generate ten files each with 50-lines of log files each?
Just want to know what OS is, Fedora/RH/... Tried the following on a redhat machine: uname -o : GNU/Linux less /proc/version: Linux version 2.6.18-164.el5 (firstname.lastname@example.org) (gcc version 4.1.2 20080704) (Red Hat 4.1.2-46)) #1 SMP Tue Aug 18 15:51:54 EDT 2009 What is the right command to do it?
I can click the "movie player" from the GUI of Ubuntu, but how could I know the corresponding command line cmd. I want to run the movie player from commmand line. And this is not only about the background command for the movie player, I want to know all the actual command that was run by the x-window shell when I click on one of the icon on the menu.
$ ls one.tar.gz one.tar.gz $ tar -xvfz one.tar.gz tar: z: Cannot open: No such file or directory tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now $ tar -xvzf one.tar.gz one $ tar -xzvf one.tar.gz one $ tar -zxvf one.tar.gz one $
I was trying to learn more about xorg configuration and came through an exercise that should be run at run level 3. So, I wrote init 3 in the command line then the x server stopped and the system was trying to enter run level 3 but then it hangs and nothing happens. At that time I was connected to the system via putty and wrote the command init 5 and the x server started again normally. I tried init 3 again and had the same thing.
I typed in sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop and it tells me it's already installed. Good. So it should work. I type sudo/etc/init.d/gdm start and the screen goes blank for 8 seconds three times in a row and then back to the command line. I have also tried gdm start without the path before and it says GDM already running. Aborting! I have 8.10 and it's a valid disk (no errors).
i'm using ubuntu with the GUIi have a .pps (power point presentation) on the desktop. I installed the powerpoint viewer and made it the default program for opening the file.when i double click on the file everything works.my problem is i need this on a schedule so i downloaded scheduled task.in scheduled task they ask me the command line i want to execute and that's where it doesn't work. I checked the "allow executing file as program" box on the file but i get the error cannot execute binary file.
I'm working with Terminal (Mac OS X), but I think this is a built-in part of Linux. Sometimes, when I execute a command, Terminal returns a new, indented line with just -> on the line. It seems like it's waiting for something, but I don't know if it requires action on my part or not. Pressing enter simply returns another, identical line. When I Ctrl + C, it says Aborted, meaning something was clearly processing.
In Windows, if I have a console window open, type winmine, and press enter, Minesweeper will appear, completely separate from the cmd program. The Minesweeper instance is not tied to the command prompt in any way that I know of, with the exception of Minesweeper's parent being set to that instance of the command prompt. It's different in Linux, however.
In Linux, if I have a console window open, type emacs and press enter, Emacs will open, but it seems tied to the command line. Specifically, it appears that I can't use the command line anymore until that instance of Emacs is closed. Is there a way to replicate the Windows behavior in Linux?
I love Ubuntu Linux - especially the commmand line. But I have to admit that, at least for now, Windows is more user-friendly - there's more software for it, more drivers, and more stuff just works.
Knowing that Mac is built on Unix makes me wonder if it's the sweet spot between them. But I wonder: how similar is the Mac command line to Linux's bash? Could I pick right up with using vim and bash scripting and git, etc? Would common commands like changing directories be different? Does anybody know an online "compare and contrast" resource?