General :: Identify File Types - Command Line Arguments - And Count - How Many Of Them Are Regular Files

Feb 20, 2010

Write a script that will take a list of filenames as arguments and output a count of how many of them are regular files, and how many of them are scripts (if the file is executable, it will be assumed to be a script file)

Counts always come back as 0

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General :: Grep Command - Show The Files But Not The Line Count

Oct 31, 2010

This has to also show the line count. I can get it to show the files but not the line count. What is the single command used to identify only the matching count of all lines within files under the /etc directory that contain the word ‚ÄěHOST? List only the files with matches and suppress any error messages.

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General :: Delete Files On The Command Line With Regular Expressions?

May 6, 2010

Lets say I have 20 files named FOOXX, where XX is the number of the file, eg 01, 02 etc. At the moment, if I want to delete all files lower than the number 10, this is easy and I just use a wildcard, eg rm FOO0* However, if I want to delete specific files ina range, eg 13-15, this becomes more difficult. rm FPP[13-15] does not work, and asks me if I wish to delete all files. Likewse rm FOO1[3-5] wishes to delete all files that begin with FOO1 So, what is the best way to delete ranges of files like this? I have tried with both bash and zsh, and I don't think they differ so much for such a basic task?

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General :: Write Shell Script That Takes A File Path As Command-line Arguments?

Dec 14, 2010

How can i write a shell script that takes a file path as command-line arguments.and it should report whether the path denotes a file or a directory.

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OpenSUSE :: Count Lines In Multiple Text Files From Command Line?

Apr 27, 2010

I want to (from the command line) be able to counte lines in a bunch of files of a specific type in a folder and all its sub-folders. How would I do this?

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General :: Passing An Array As Command Line Arguments?

Apr 2, 2011

how to pass an array as a command line argument in a shell script?

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General :: Identify Machine And Raid Version With Command Line

Mar 14, 2011

Is there a way to identify the machine (I believe it's an HP), the information on the type and size of drives it uses, and what version of RAID it has through command line?

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General :: Bash : Pass Command Line Arguments Containing Special Characters?

Jul 14, 2010

I've written myself a linux program "program" that does something with a regular expression. I want to call the program in the bash shell and pass that regular expression as a command line argument to the program(there are also other command line arguments). A typical regular expression looks like "[abc]_[x|y]".Unfortunately the characters [, ], and | are special characters in bash. Thus, calling "program [abc]_[x|y] anotheragument" doesn't work. Is there a way to pass the expression by using some sort of escape characters or quotation marks etc.?

(Calling program "[abc]_[x|y] anotheragument" isn't working either, because it interprets the two arguments as one.)

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General :: Bash: How To Pass Command Line Arguments Containing Special Characters

Jun 24, 2011

I've written myself a linux program "program" that does something with a regular expression. I want to call the program in the bash shell and pass that regular expression as a command line argument to the program (there are also other command line arguments). A typical regular expression looks like "[abc]_[x|y]". Unfortunately the characters [, ], and | are special characters in bash. Thus, calling "program [abc]_[x|y] anotheragument" doesn't work. Is there a way to pass the expression by using some sort of escape characters or quotation marks etc.? (Calling program "[abc]_[x|y] anotheragument" isn't working either, because it interprets the two arguments as one.)

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General :: Running Shell Script Taking Command Line Arguments In A Jsp Page?

Feb 10, 2011

how to run a shell script taking command line arguments in a jsp page.

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General :: Command Line - Count Number Of Folders In A Drive Using System?

Apr 9, 2010

I need to organise an external HDD such that there is no more than 500 folders on it.

Ubuntu's "Properties" pane shows only the file count, not the folder count.

Is there a simple CLI line that will tell me the number of subdirectories?

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General :: Showing The Line Count Of A Specific File

Mar 30, 2011

Is this the correct way to show the line count of a specific file?

cat file | grep * -c

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General :: Splitting Text File Into Several Parts By Line Count

Sep 21, 2009

I have a utility that works with files. The utility is crashing at after about 120 files. The input to the utility is a file containing a filelist. I want to cut the file with the file names in it to seperate files containing about one hundred or so. My thought was to determine the number of lines/100 and then use head and delete to create temporary files to run the utility multiple times to prevent the crash. When I tried to create a variable using the wc -l command the output gives me the number of total lines but it also includes the filename of the input file. (873 Filename.txt) I can not figure out how to remove the Filename.txt from the variable.

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General :: Bash Command To Count Files ?

May 3, 2010

I would like to count all the jpgs in my home folder I need a command like this:

~$ Sudo count -R /*/*.jpg

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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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Programming :: Set For A Group Of Command Line Arguments?

Oct 11, 2010

i was wondering if someone could help me figure out a script for global variables i'm trying to set for a group of command line arguments:

basically i'm trying to set: if $# = 3 then i want to search for each all string $1 $2 $3

if $# = 4

then i want to search for each all string $1 $2 $3 $4

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Programming :: Parsing Command Line Arguments In PHP?

Feb 1, 2010

I want to know how to get eg. the contents of a form on a webpage which has been passed to a server side PHP script, inside for example an array which I can read. I've been reading a ebook on PHP which as far as I can see doesn't cover this inside it.

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General :: Command To Count All Characters In File

Mar 26, 2010

Anybody know and command to count any characters in file? I would like to know the total number of character " (quote) in file. My idea is to check if in a script the total number of this character is pair.

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CentOS 5 :: Parport_pc Command Line Arguments Ignored During Bootup?

May 9, 2011

I am having trouble trying to get the kernel to accept some command line arguments for parport_pc during bootup. I have a custom base board with a PC-104 CPU board connected to it through the ISA bus. On the base board I have 3 parallel ports mapped to addresses, 0x150, 0x158, and 0x160. Only the first one needs interrupts, the second two do not. So, on bootup I load the parport_pc module like this modprobe parport_pc io=0x150,0x158,0x160 irq=3,none,none I have been running an older RedHat kernel, 2.6.11 for the past few years and this has been working flawlessly. I had the above modprobe call in /etc/rc.d/rc.local.

Now I am trying to set the system up to use CentOS 5.5, kernel 2.6.18-194.el5. What happens is, the module inserts OK, but the system never recognizes the ports. (i.e, they do not show up in /proc/ioports)
But, if I log into the system, then rmmod parport_pc, then re-modprobe it as above, it works just fine and now my ports are visible. This is an embedded system, expected to just come up and run, so kicking it into action by hand is not an option.

I have tried putting a parport_pc.modules file in /etc/sysconfig/modules so that it will be seen by rc.sysinit, (some site I found while googling said modprobes need to be done earlier than in rc.local),and again, the module gets inserted but the ports are not seen. I have also tried putting rediculously long pauses between each step of the modprobing of the parport stuff;

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Ubuntu :: Identify System's Motherboard From The Command Line?

Jan 12, 2010

How can I identify my system's motherboard from the command line?

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Programming :: Passing Command-line Arguments To Qglviewer Application?

Jul 13, 2009

how to use QGLviewer. I want to give my program a file name as a command line argument. All of the sample programs I find have a main.cpp file like this:

Quote:

#include <QApplication>
#include "window.h"
int main(int argc, char *argv[])

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Then the Window class, which is derived from QGLViewer, does all the program's actual work. If I want access to argc and argv, for example, to open and read a file that's passed as an argument, what would handle that? Is there a built-in way to get the arg variables to the window class, or do I need to just write a loadfile function and pass them?

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CentOS 5 Server :: Mysqld Won't Accept Command Line Arguments?

Mar 28, 2009

I have recently installed MySQL Server on my CentOS box.

CentOS 5 MySQL 5.0.45 (installed using 'yum install mysql-server') I can start the daemon without error by issueing the following command: service mysqld start

The problem is that I want to use a number of the command line options available to mysqld, such as --verbose and When I issue '/etc/init.d/mysqld --verbose --help' I get the following output:

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General :: Identify File System Type From The Output Of Fdisk Command?

Nov 16, 2010

The output of my fdisk command is as follows :-zodiac@gml-admin:~$ sudo fdisk -l[sudo] password for zodiac: Disk /dev/sda: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes255 heads, 63sectors/track, 19457 cylindersUnits = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytesSector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytesI/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes
Disk identifier: 0xe30ce30c

Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
/dev/sda1 * 1 1958 15727603+ 7 HPFS/NTFS
/dev/sda2 1959 4752 22437838 f W95 Ext'd (LBA)

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Using Flash Stream Dumpers - Command Line Arguments

Aug 5, 2010

Has anyone used rtmpdump or flvstreamer? They compile well (there is also a package on Packman for rtmpdump, but not for the latest version) and have man pages listing a bunch of command line arguments, but I have not yet figured out how to use them in connection with browser and flash plugin.

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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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Software :: Create A Command Line Inside A Bash Script That Contains Arguments?

Dec 9, 2010

I'm having problems with bash quoting. Maybe someone can tell me what's going on.. Basically, I need to create a command line inside a bash script that contains arguments that contain spaces and bash variables that need to be expanded.

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General :: Script To Count # Of Chars Per Line - If Line Meets Certain Criteria - And Get Avg #?

Sep 11, 2009

I have several files with many lines something like this:

I'm trying to write a script that will count the number of characters per line that doesn't contain a ">" symbol and give me an average of those values. I have most of the script together but I can't figure out how to connect some of the steps.

Code:

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Slackware :: Suspend - Hibernate At Command Line As Regular User In 13.37 - Use ConsoleKit?

Apr 18, 2011

Using the most recent -current/13.37, I'm curious if there is a New Right Way to suspend as a regular user from the command line, now that we've got PolicyKit/ConsoleKit running the show. I've seen some things (e.g., on the Archlinux wiki) that seem to come close, but require UPower. For some reason I can't wrap my head around the PolicyKit documentation well enough to figure this out.

My old solution was to add a line to /etc/sudoers giving anyone in the power group access to pm-suspend, pm-hibernate, and shutdown, and this is probably what I'll end up doing with 13.37.

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Ubuntu :: Copying Files From One File Without Using Command Line?

Dec 9, 2010

Is there a way to copy a file from the desktop to /usr/lib/ICAclient folder that I have, by using drag and drop.For some reason, I thought I was able to do this in Mint.

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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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