General :: Finding A Ubuntu Server 11 Command List

Jun 20, 2011

Would like a command line list of commands, that I can print out, I know this would be allot of pages. I have tons of books and the net, but its a royal pain searching for the right command, need something I can flip through.

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Finding A Sed Command To Print A List Of Files In "/home" Directory?

May 14, 2009

I need a sed command to print a list of files in "/home" directory, ending in ".sh"

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General :: Command To List The List Of Folders / Within The Folder

Jan 28, 2010

one command to list the list of folders/ within the folder.

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General :: Set Up New Keybinding For Finding Last Command Executed Using The First Few Characters Of The Command In Csh?

Jul 21, 2010

I want to be able to use Ctrl+R to have reverse-i search. Also if I press Shift+Up Arrow after typing the first few characters of a recently executed command then the shell should complete the command by finding the most recent commmand having the same first few characters.

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General :: Finding IP Address Using Command Prompt?

Apr 4, 2010

I'm looking for a way to get my IP address using the command prompt in Linux. I know when you type "ifconfig" you can get your local IP address (i.e., but I'm looking for my IP address that I get from my ISP. How can I get this from Linux without having to visit some website?

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General :: Finding Mac Address With Tcpdump Command?

Dec 10, 2009

when i send any packet to anu destination and want to see he mac address of source and destination i am using the command tcpdump -qec1 but rather then getting the mac address of source and destination each time i am getting mac address of the system which is broadcasting. will anybody tell me how can i get source and destination mac address even if any other packet is also being broadcast to my network.

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General :: Finding Folder Size Using Command

Oct 26, 2009

I want to know is there a command to find size of a folder.

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General :: Finding A Command Line Html Reader?

Dec 17, 2010

Kernel, Slackware 12.0 A command line html reader, or a conversion tool from html to text is what I would like to know if any of you guys knows. It has not to do a perfect job. And it would be nice if it is a native unix/linux program.

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General :: Command For Finding Specific File Types?

Oct 15, 2009

If there is a command I can use to find specific file types? Say if I want to find all the jpg's in my home folder, but they don't have the .jpg extension in the name, how would I do it? Or can I set some kind of size parameter to find them? The ones I want are all from my digicam and roughly the same size.

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General :: Finding A Command For Going Back A Number Of Steps In A Directory Without Using Cd?

May 10, 2011

I'm constantly going 'cd ../../../../'. Is there a command/alias that could let me go 'cmd 4' and I'd be taken back 4 directories?

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General :: Command For Finding File / Directory From Current Path

Apr 30, 2010

I am total new to linux as I worked mostly on RTOS (symbian). My problem is, I need to find the file IOSTREAM.H and I am following commands below:
1) cd /
2) find . iostream.h ( finds the file / directory from the current path)
It shows No such File or Directory

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General :: Finding The Command Line To Launch An Application From A Terminal?

Sep 25, 2009

Is there a way to find out the currently installed packages and the corresponding command line to launch the package from a terminal. For example, I know that I have openoffice installed but I do not know how to find the command line to launch it.

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General :: Command VM Install - Finding Exact Location Of File

Oct 30, 2009

I am using linux machine and execute a command vm-install to perform some operation. How would I find the exact location of this file.

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General :: Finding The Memory Address(in FLASH) Of A Command In Shell Script?

Mar 29, 2011

If i have a shell script to run on a Linux unit, which has a command to Reset(or say upgrade) the unit in between the script.Is it possible to find out the memory address of the next waiting command so that i can store the address to any environment variable in flash , then after Reset will continue Run from the stored address.

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Ubuntu Installation :: 9.10 - Finding List Of Md5sums Took Longer?

Mar 22, 2010

Why is it always such a PITA to find a list of md5sums for the various versions of Ubuntu. I've just downloaded 9.10 from [URL], but it took me longer to track down the md5sums than it did to download 690Mb on a cable connection. A simple link on each of the many pages from which you can download Ubuntu is surely not too much to ask. And it's not a new problem. I remember having the same problem going back to at least 8.04, if not earlier. For those others looking for the link, here is one [URL].

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General :: Have A List Of Files, Move Them Using One Command?

Nov 2, 2010

I have run a command which finds a lot of files based on some search criteria. It returns the files like so:


So I was wondering, if I capture this output into a file (ie. one file per line), can anyone help me write a command which iterates through the file and moves the files one by one to a specified directory?

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General :: Command That Will List All Running Services?

Apr 2, 2011

i know that there is already a command for it but it comes out with a lot of letters that makes it hard to find the services that are runningi'm talking about services like DNS, APACHE, DHCP, SAMBA, SSH etcis there a command that will list these services and related services that are running instead of showing a bunch of jumbled and lettered mess thats hard to comprehend

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General :: Command To List Number Of Shells

Feb 15, 2010

How can I know how many shells my system support (Is there any specific command)?

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General :: Any List Which Indicates Unix Command Equivalents Also?

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 :: Bash Variable - Simple Script For Finding And Copying Files Powered By The Command?

Aug 2, 2009

Ive been using linux for a while but I am just getting into shell scripting, im currently trying to get a simple script for finding and copying files powered by the command:


This works fine from the command line but when put in a script such as:



with the keyboard inputs for $fc1 and $fc2 being *.doc and ~/test respectivly. The only problem i can see is the xargs -ivar "var" part possibly needing $var to be defined?

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Fedora :: Finding A List Of Renamed Packages?

Sep 1, 2011

I get annoyed sometimes that from one Fedora release to another, some programs get renamed or put into different packages. Examples:

* Gnome's volume control applet. Used to be provided by gnome-media, now it's moved to control-center. Worse, the command itself was renamed from gnome-volume-control-applet to gnome-sound-applet, so I couldn't even try a `yum provides` search to locate it.

* Gnome's Disk Usage Analyzer tool. Used to be in a package by itself, baobab. Now it's provided by gnome-utils.

Is there a wiki or something where the full list of all renamed/repackaged programs can be found? I'm not a Gnome desktop user, so, while I'm sure all the packages I like from Gnome are just there out-of-the-box for most users, it doesn't help me very much. The volume control applet for example is extremely useful for other desktop environments (and Gnome itself really doesn't have much need for it anyway, since they have their own built into the window shell).

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Software :: Finding A List Of Current Uses/applications?

Sep 23, 2009

If I were to lease a linux server on from a hosting company could someone among you give me a list of possible current uses/applications that would earn money these days?

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CentOS 5 :: Finding A List Of RPMS With Known Vulns?

Aug 11, 2009

Is there a list of RPMs with known vulnerabilities? I was hoping to run some scripts across the list of currently installed packages vs such a list of vulnerable, to get an idea of what systems need attention. And no, just updating everything is neither an option, nor possible. My servers don't have access (nor do I want them to) to the outside world. Further, being production systems, I can't cause a disruption outside of scheduled down time, and due to running commercial software I can't upgrade some packages due to vendor support issues.

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General :: File Command + Total Retrun List?

Oct 30, 2010

With file command we can get the file type. File returns a unique answer for each file type. I want to get the total list that file can return for linux & solaris. For example, I have a partial list of file's return output. Unfortunately I can't see the total list from manual page.

ASCII C program text
ASCII C++ program text
ASCII C program text, with CRLF
ASCII C program text, with very
ASCII English text
ASCII English text, with CRLF line


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General :: Command To List Ip Address Of Working Computers On LAN?

May 28, 2010

Are there Unix/Linux commands to find out the IP address of running computers on LAN?

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General :: Bash Command To List Users Logged In At 5pm

Jun 7, 2010

I need to figure out a bash command to list all users logged in at or after 5pm - 5pm being the specifier in the command.


Command seems to be the easiest way to display users but it specifies all users log times.

I've also fiddled with the lastlog command to no avail.

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General :: Command - List Only Access Time And File Name?

Mar 19, 2010

How do I list only access time and file name? For example if I do ls -l --sort=time then


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General :: Pass A Paramter To A List Of Command In Another File?

Apr 19, 2010

I am attempting to write my first ever script from scratch and making some progress.

My first shell script file executes a list of commands contained in a second file. I need to pass a parameter to this command file how do I do this?

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General :: Rename List Of Files From Command Prompt?

Feb 18, 2010

Suppose I have the following files:



So I want to add PD_ to those who dont have this preindex and get rid of _fr.

basically rename files in a same directory!!

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General :: CLI Command Or Program That Will List Available Wireless Access Points?

Apr 3, 2010

Is there a CLI command or program that will list available wireless access points? I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 on a laptop and sometimes I boot straight into the CLI instead of a GUI. I know iwconfig can configure a connection but will not list available AP's.

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