Ubuntu :: Find And Use File Manipulation Tools On The Command Line?

May 14, 2010

How do you find and use file manipulation tools on the command line?

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Ubuntu :: Using File Manipulation Tools On The Command Line?

Apr 23, 2010

i need a good lesson in using file manipulation tools on the command line

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General :: Use The File-manipulation Tools For The Command Line?

Jan 24, 2010

find and use the file-manipulation tools for the command line.

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General :: File-manipulation Tools On The Command Line?

May 14, 2010

How do I find the file-manipulation tools on the command line?

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General :: File-manipulation Tool Used For On The Command Line?

Apr 9, 2010

What is file-manipulation tool used for on the Linux command line?

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Ubuntu :: Convert An RSS Format File To HTML Using Command Line Tools?

Feb 14, 2010

I'd like to find a way of

1) capturing an RDF formatted RSS feed as a file on my computer

2) converting the result to HTML using local command line tools

I've sorted 1) with wget? I've discovered xsltproc but I'm going round in circles. The master plan is to import my pinboard bookmarks into a static web site produced on my linux box using a handful of clever bash scripts.

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Ubuntu :: When Writing A Script Using Command-line Tools Why Is It More Difficult Using Graphical Tools

Apr 16, 2010

When writing a script using command-line tools why is it more difficult using graphical tools?

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Software :: How To Use Command Line Tools

Jun 22, 2011

Tesseract is a command line ocr tool and I can't find any documents on how to use it.

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Networking :: Command Line To Run Tools For Wireless In Ubuntu?

Jan 17, 2011

I want to run OpenBox on a netbook. For those of you not familiar, it is a very simple window manager, where I can launch a terminal with a mouse click, and I can start the few apps that I need from the command line. Basically, I am trading eye candy and easy access to a lot of stuff I don't need for a more responsive GUI.

My question is...what package should I install, and what corresponding command line would be used to launch a tool to manage the wireless LAN connection?

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Red Hat :: Queries On RHCS Command Line Tools?

Jan 18, 2010

I am using Redhat cluster suite. I am trying to configure cluster on linux using command line tools. I have following queries. Please answer them as early as possible.

1.Can I add node in cluster without adding fence device using command line tool? If yes then how?

2.I want to add failover domain in cluster. How can I add it using command line tool?

3.I want to add resources in cluster. How can I add it using command line tool?

4.I want to define services in cluster. How can I define them using command line tool?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Getting Any Command Line Audio Editing Tools?

Nov 15, 2010

Does anyone know of any good command line audio editing tools? I would like one that can take an mp3 file and crop everything but the first 30 seconds or so (possibly decompressing those 30 seconds as well).

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Ubuntu :: Any Command Line Tools That Can Tell What Process Is Using Ethernet Port?

Jul 14, 2011

The download bar on my conky overlay (${downspeedgraph eth0}) seems to be maxed out constantly. This is when everything should be idle with no downloads happening in the background (at least non that I know about).Are there any command line tools that can tell me what process is using my ethernet port?

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Ubuntu Networking :: Install Wireless-tools From A Command Line Installation?

Jan 7, 2010

I did a command-line installation. I dont have an ethernet connection, only wireless. For some reason the alternate installer doesnt install "wireless-tools" How do i install it? At this point I am thinking of booting off a live USB, downloading the wireless-tolls package from here Save it to a folder in the command line installation where?) then boot back into command line and install from there But I am not that savvy with command lines, and dont know where to install to...

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General :: Convert A DjVu Document To PDF - Using Only Command Line Tools?

Jan 26, 2010

I've got some documents in DjVu which I'll like convert to PDF. Is there a way to do this using command line OSS tools?

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General :: Networking - Command Line Tools For Analyzing OS - NIC TCP Latency

Sep 14, 2011

I'm hoping to find an existing Linux tool for measuring latency:

I'm trying to diagnose how much latency my OS and NIC card are adding to TCP latency in Linux. I looked at the following tools but all (at least at the surface level) measured bandwidth (Mbps/sec) rather than latency (nanoseconds for transmition of 1 packet of size x).

If I were to write a custom test, it would likely do the following:

Client:

Create a fake message of the specified length with some padding for an incrementing identifier. Open a TCP connection (with the right parameters like TCP_NODELAY, etc) Loop and send messages containing an incrementing identifier. Store the current system time (in nanos) associated with the identifier. Listen for responses, record the current time and record the latency of that identifier asynchronously Server Listen for a connection Echo back any message received

Assuming both boxes had the same setup (configs, cards, OS, CPU, etc), are relatively close to eachother in the network, and one knows roughly the network's latency contribution, one could get a rough estimate of the OS + NIC contribution and begin testing various configurations.

One could also get a more accurate picture of the latency by using a network sniffer and snooping on the lines between the two hosts, calculating the latency between the two sides for an ID, and then subtracting that from the internally measured latency.

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Software :: Command Line Tools To Convert HTML To Images Without A GUI?

Mar 13, 2009

I've spent a lot of time googling on this one, but could not really find anything that would convert HTML to images. Does anyone know if there are some command line tools that can do this? I need to convert simple HTML documents to images to be attached to Powerpoint presentations. Could firefox gecko be tapped into to do this without a GUI?

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Software :: Look For Free And Well Known Fax Command Line Tools For Receiving And Sending Faxes?

Apr 19, 2011

I am looking for free and well known fax command line tools for receiving and sending faxes I wan it to save receive faxes in pdf format with file name included with caller phone number and date of receive:

Quote:
for example:
5566545544-2011-5-11.pdf
and any other format that I want.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Install Package Wireless-tools From Usb Using Command Line In An Offline Computer?

Mar 16, 2011

I installed ubuntu 10.10 server from an usb stick. I do not have access to a wired connection and do not have a CD drive, so now I need to configure the wireless connection.for that I need to have wireless-tools which if i am not wrong are not installed by default so the question is: how can I install the wireless-tools package from an usb using only command line? note: I got internet access from another ubuntu-desktop PC so i can download any package needed, etc.

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Ubuntu :: Any Tools To Find File Extensions In Server

Mar 2, 2011

I am doing a migration and where i face problem with few file formats . I have the list of acceptable file formats , now i need to find the rest of the file formats other than the acceptable file formats. is there any tool available for this ? or can some give me the VBA macro .. My VBA macro works to find the file extension in a particular folder but the problem is its ending when the count increases to 65000 (excel limit). How do i use If condition here to avoid the acceptable format and give me unique file formats .

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General :: Command Line - Use Find To Find Text Files?

Jul 15, 2011

Is there a way to specify to find that I only want text files (and not binary files)? Grep has an option to exclude binary files, so I thought find probably has a similar feature, but I've been unable to find it.

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General :: Command Line Way To View A Line Of A File With Context?

Feb 24, 2011

I'd like show a certain line or lines of a file with context, kind of like a unified diff, on the command line in Linux:

$ (something) -l 154 stuff.py
150: def foo(bar):
151: """

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Ubuntu :: Find Multiple Files In The Command Line?

Mar 2, 2010

command line, I have a server for work that I ssh into and I need to be able to find multiple files (they have the leading text just the date identifier changes) and then zip the files (with bzip) them and then finally scp(Secure copy) them to another server.

These files are always in the same directory and this is a daily task and just want to make into a script that I run once I am logged into the remote server.

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OpenSUSE :: Find Files In 11.2 Without Using The Command Line

May 25, 2010

How do I find files in opensuse 11.2 without using the command line. I see in dolphin "nepomuksearch", but it doesn't work. Even in the command line you cannot whereis a file like Monday, Monday.mp3. whereis also seems to be case sensitive.

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General :: Text Manipulation Find / Replace Variable Efficiency?

Aug 27, 2010

What I have works, but wondering what is the 'right' way to replace the digits with the letters given in this loop? somehow use a case or multiple sed? i thought of a multiple sed or a case but couldn't get it to work

Code:

# ...
bcv=$(echo $line | awk -F" " '{ print $1 }' | sed 's/1/q/g;s/2/w/g;s/3/e/g') # and so on

Code:

while read line
do
bcv=$(echo $line | awk -F" " '{ print $1 }')
if [ $bcv == "" ]

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Ubuntu :: Command Line - Find And Replace Text Within Multiple Files?

Aug 28, 2010

I'm pretty sure this is doable from the command line, but my CLI skills have degraded a lot since my pre-Y2K admin days. The goal is to search all the files in the directory for a very long string of text and replace it with another string of text. The text being searched for is my Google Adsense code (which will be stripped from my website) and it will be replaced with a placeholder so I can easily tack something else in there in the future.

Seeing how I have that long snip of code on about 100 pages, automating the process would make life easier.
If I was searching for a single word, I can see ways to do this.
If I paste the code I'm searching for into a text file, is there a way to:
find (contents of oldstring.txt) and replace with (contents of newstring.txt)?

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Ubuntu :: Unable To Find Any List Of Arguments That Can Be Added In The Command Line

Aug 23, 2010

I am able to start up firefox just fine out of my terminal, but i have not been able to find any list of arguments that can be added in the command line. what i'm looking for is that it starts up in Full Screen mode right off. is there an argument that can be added to ti to do that?

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General :: Sed Command - Find Line Not Beginning With Double Quote

Mar 15, 2011

I need to find each line in a file which does NOT begin with a double quote (") and append that line to the previous line. I have been successful doing this using the following command:
cat filname.csv | sed -e :a -e '$!Ns/
[^"]//;ta -e 'P;D' > newfilename.csv

My issue is the substitution. As you would expect after the line is appended to the previous line the first character is removed. I need it to not be removed. I tried:
cat filname.csv | sed -e :a -e '$!Ns/
[^"]/&/;ta -e 'P;D' > newfilename.csv
but it just hangs.

Goal:
Input:
"line 1"
line 2
Output with existing sed command is:
line 1ine2
I need it to be line1line2.

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Slackware :: Can't Find Pdf Reader That Works In Command Line Mode

May 13, 2010

So, in finishing my nFlux slack current edition.I have set it up for users to do certain things in console
and one of the things I want is a way to view slackbook-2.0 in runlevel 3 console.I cant find a pdf reader that works in command line mode and I cant figure out how to either convert slackbook 2.0 pdf into html/text Or find a slackbook download that is html or text?I tried converting it using pdftotext, which didnt work very well So, I need a command line pdf viewer or a converter that works good?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Running Straight Command Line And Can't Find The Info Need To Reformat The Second HDD?

Apr 14, 2010

i'm trying to setup my server box.. it's being setup as a web server, file server, and setup for me to be able to access it remotely (aka i do pc repair for windows users and it'd be nice to just know where ALL of my software tools are and get to them from there)anyways.. these things are almost all setup right now.. but the one thing i'm having issues with.. is the fact that this box does have 2 hard drives in it and i want to use both of them.. now i'm running straight command line and i can't find the info i need to reformat the second HDD (which is currently NTFS formated) and use it in this system... i'm running 9.04 as a server.. NO GUI INSTALLED! i need this with straight command line...What do i need to look for to figure this out? i'm having trouble figuring this out and it's really getting annoying..

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Ubuntu :: Convert A .ods File To A .csv File Via Command Line?

Oct 28, 2010

I would like to convert a .ods file to a .csv file via command line on a server running ubuntu with no graphical interface.

xls2csv does a perfect job on xls files; is there something similar for ods files?

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