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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Fedora :: Corrupt .gvfs Directory - List The Contents Of /home/Razorblade Folder - Nothing

May 4, 2010

I installed Fedora 12 x64. Now everytime I start my Linux the .gvfs directory in my /home/Razorblade -dir is corrupted. So I have to reboot and start an Linux LiveCD, mount my home partition and delete this folder. After that I can login normally. Symptoms: I am able to login normally, start a browser, start my mail client, list the contents of subfolders of /home/Razorblade/... - everything fine. But as soon as I want to list the contents of my /home/Razorblade folder - nothing but this turning blue thing around the curser. The command line does nothing after "ll /home/Razorblade", sometimes even crashes and closes. As root I am able to do "ll /home/Razorblade" And this is what I get:

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Red Hat / Fedora :: How To List Only Files Present In Directory In Red Hat?

Jun 12, 2010

How can we list only files present in a directory in Redhat linux.The LS commands lists both the files and the directories. What command can be used for the above purpose.

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Dec 21, 2009

When I login to GNOME I see all the files in my home directory on the desktop. Is there a way to turn that off ?

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Jul 24, 2009

Not sure what the problem is, but my home directory or /home partition is acting up so that I cannot see the hidden directories in my home directory.

If I type "ls" I get the display of all my files and directories.

If I type "ls -l" I get the display of files and directories.

If I type "ls -a" or "ls -la", the terminal hangs.

Any thoughts? I have tried creating myself a new account and moved all my files over, then changed the ownerships to the new account. However, now the new account is acting the same way.

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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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Fedora :: Back Up Files From Home And From Another Mounted Directory On System?

May 28, 2010

I am using back in time to back up files from home and from another mounted directory on my system (ntfs). The back-ups are occurring automatically and appear to be complete; but, I cannot delete old back-up snapshots in the backintime GUI Also with sudo nautilus or as root in terminal with (rmdir) I cannot delete the snapshots. My drive is filling up and rather than uninstalling back in time, I would like to simply delete the unneeded snapshots. How can I delete these files? Is there an rsync file that I should configure to delete these? My expectation of backintime was that it would back-up at the requested frequency and not create complete duplicate copies of the files, but, use symbolic links to unchanged files. How can I verify if this is the case? Does the cron file control this>

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Software :: List Files/directory Names Without Directory Contents?

May 3, 2011

When I run "ls -al somedir*" (I use the "ll" shortcut, actually), Linux not only list files that match, but also the contents of directories whose name also happens to match.Is there a way to limit "ls" so that it will only show names (files and directories) and ignore the contents of the directories?

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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 Files Under The Current Directory?

Oct 5, 2010

Assumed y directory structure looks as follow:

Code:

--root
-- dir1
-- dir1-1
-- dir2
-- dir2-1
-- dir2-2

And under each sub dir there are some log files ended with .log. Now I want to list all these log files. How to to that?

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Programming :: Script For Finding The First X-GB Of Files In A Directory?

Jun 23, 2010

I once had a script that when run would find the first 800GB of files in a directory (including subdirectories) and write them to a file (ie: ./800gb.sh > manifest.txt).I used this to create manifests of 800GB worth of data from large directories in order to dump to tape (LTO4).I'm sure its gotta be a pretty simple script, but I am not very skilled at writing bash scripts.

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Server :: UShare - Directory Recursion And Symbolic Links / "drill Down" Directory Structure To List Files?

Jan 22, 2010

I have uShare 1.1a setup to talk to my XBox 360. If I share a directory that has no subdirectories, the video files display on the XBox. However, most of my files are in sub-directories on a different partition - I don't really want to copy them to the share, but uShare doesn't seem to recognise any sub-directories or files contained therein.

I have tried setting up symbolic soft links directly to the video files (although this is a pain, it is better than moving the files)...

Code:
ln -s /home/jonftp/TV-Shows/Buffy/Season-1/Buffy-101.avi /home/share/Buffy-101.avi
...but these don't show up on the XBox either.

How can I get uShare to "drill down" the directory structure to list the files or how can I get uShare to follow symbolic links?

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Ubuntu :: Permissions For My Home Directory Were Accidentally Changed From 'access Files' To 'create And Delete Files?

Nov 25, 2010

the permissions for my home directory were accidentally changed from 'access files' to 'create and delete files', and I changed them back, but ever since then I am not able to change any preferences/settings at all. power management, themes, panels, emerald, anything. my user account is supposed to be the administrator, and all the user privliges are checked. how to get control of my computer back?

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General :: Find Directory Older Than X And Mv Directory With Sub Files Command?

Jul 13, 2011

I'm quite new to linux but I have configured a simple ftp server and it's working great. I have a FTP-Shared folder with upload and download subfolders. Under upload's and download's I have identical category subfolders like mp3's, movies, software etc. in both. As the guy's upload, I would like to create a line crontab where I can move all the content under /FTP-Shared/upload/mp3/* older than 14 day's to FTP-Shared/downloads/mp3/ recursively (Like in cp command), but the timestamp must be searched on the first directory and not sub files example: /mp3/Club Dance/CD1/Hallo world.mp3This is how far I got:[root@clients ~]# /usr/bin/find /FTP_Shared/upload/Mp3s/ -depth -mindepth 1 -mtime +14 -type d -exec mv -f {} /FTP_Shared/download/Mp3s/ ;This command moves the directory and files, but it is not recursively

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Aug 28, 2010

new to ubuntu and linux, and using Lucid 10.04 LTS ok, i'm trying to get XBMC going, and following a nice step by step instruction on wiki.xbmc.org, but now i'm stuck at this step... In Ubuntu the SVN Repositories are not automatically added. You must add them manually. First, download the SVN Repo Installer from: [URL] Extract it to the ~/.xbmc/plugins/programs directory. If this directory does not exist, run XBMC one time and then exit back to Ubuntu. The directory should now exist.

i ran xbmc once (after the video driver problem was solved, though it messed up my dual monitors, gotta figure that one out yet.) i got the zip file, it's in my downloads. now my newbness really shows... i can't find an 'extract' command for gnome, can't find the .xbmc directory using the file browser, can't figure out how to hunt for folders instead of files, and don't know how to look inside folders i don't have permission to, that is, i don't know if there's a 'sudo' like option for the file browser. i've been searching the forums, but without the correct search terms, i'm wading in an ocean. i really want to give ubuntu an honest try, but i feel like a foreigner. EDIT: btw, up to this point, the forums have been invaluable, you all are great.

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Apr 13, 2011

How to find a file which is being written recently in directory of 1000 files?

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General :: I /O Error When Trying To List Files In Directory

Dec 28, 2010

When I try to list files in directory. I am getting i/o error
#ls -l /test
I am getting i/o error. Why I am getting this error and what are these i/o errors.

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Fedora :: Using SSH - Could Not Chdir To Home Directory /home/adahaj: Permission Denied

Jul 21, 2009

I have a strange problem when I do SSH to a FEDORA9 based Linux Server.

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When I login using "adah" username in TELNET I am automatically directed to my home directory at location "/media/disk-1/home/adah". But when I use SSH to login using the same username I get the following message Code: Could not chdir to home directory /home/adahaj: Permission denied

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General :: Ubuntu 10.04 - Tar Command To Archive Home Directory

Sep 3, 2010

Ubuntu 10.04. As part of my nightly backup script I archive my home directory with the following command
tar -cvpzf /quitelarge/_mirror/mirror1/home-ken.gz /home/ken 2>> /quitelarge/_mirror/tar-error.log

It seems to work fine and I have recovered files from the archive on occasion. Actually I keep 7 rolling daily backups and a monthly burn to DVD. I had an sftp connection made by Nautilus to my server. Ubuntu for whatever reason places an icon on the desktop showing the connection. When I ran the script it decided to archive everything on my server - all 1.4 TB. I caught the problem when home-ken.gz was about 5 GB. I stopped the process, closed the sftp connection, rolled back the backups and tried again. This time I got a file of the expected size - about 45 MB.

In the error log I did find that the tar process was trying to suck the entire contents of the server into the archive file.
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/asound/ICH5/pcm0c/sub0: file changed as we read it
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/asound/ICH5/pcm0c: file changed as we read it
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/asound/ICH5: file changed as we read it
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/asound: file changed as we read it
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/scsi: file changed as we read it
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/acpi/event: Cannot open: Permission denied
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/acpi/fadt: Cannot open: Permission denied
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/acpi/dsdt: Cannot open: Permission denied
tar: /home/ken/.gvfs/sftp for ken on taylor10/proc/irq/21/smp_affinity: Cannot open: Permission denied

Is there an option I can place on the tar command to tell it NOT to follow the ssh connection which is sitting on my desktop? The closest thing I see in the documentation is -h which tells tar to "follow symlinks; archive and dump the files they point to." I am NOT specifying -h so if the ssh connection is treated as a symlink by tar I would still not expect the remote contents to be tarred.

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Software :: Recover Home Directory Removed Using Rm -rf Command?

Oct 4, 2010

Today I accidentally removed my home directory which contains no. of other directories having my work done in last 3 years. I used the command rm -rf * . I looked for the problem in the google got some links pertaining to my problem, but got no solution. One among these links is: [URL]. Can I get back my lost data (so many directories in my home)

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Jul 5, 2011

1. lp file_with_english_chinese2. lp -ozh_CN.utf8 file_with_english_chineseThe normal ascii characer prints ok but the chinese character are blank.

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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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Programming :: List Only Hidden Files In Current Directory?

Feb 15, 2010

How to list only hidden files in current directory ?

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CentOS 5 :: Useradd Command - Finding 10 Last Files Sorted

Apr 6, 2009

I work under centos 5, I would like to know which command to use in order to find where the useradd command is geinstalled. Second How can I find the 10 last files sorted (reverse) from the /etc directory.

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General :: Testing Home Directory Scripts By Setting $HOME To The Location Of The Test Directory

Apr 20, 2010

I have an interdependent collection of scripts in my ~/bin directory as well as a developed ~/.vim directory and some other libraries and such in other subdirectories. I've been versioning all of this using git, and have realized that it would be potentially very easy and useful to do development and testing of new and existing scripts, vim plugins, etc. using a cloned repo, and then pull the working code into my actual home directory with a merge.

The easiest way to do this would seem to be to just change & export $HOME, eg

cd ~/testing; git clone ~ home
export HOME=~/testing/home
cd ~
screen -S testing-home
# start vim, write/revise plugins, edit scripts, etc.
# test revisions

However since I've never tried this before I'm concerned that some programs, environment variables, etc., may end up using my actual home directory instead of the exported one. Is this a viable strategy? Are there just a few outliers that I should be careful about?

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Jan 29, 2011

I am here with a troublesome question about my new Ubuntu set up. Well as I've found out that you have to use the Sudo command to edit anything out side the home directory. Well I am using L.A.M.P. Server on my computer so I can host a small forums. Well for example like lets say I install Word press Blog onto my lamp server and I want to install a theme well when i go to install a theme i can not because WPB can't install the theme because of the security stuff on Ubuntu!

Well I want to know if there is some kind of command or program i can use that will get rid of all the security stuff were i can edit stuff nice and easy. Like something that can give me FULL control over the OS so no more commands because I am going to be running a Vbulliten forums which needs themes and plug ins, well i want be able to install them because this OS will not let me!

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Apr 7, 2011

Why would rsync insert a user's home directory path in variable expansion when run via cron, but not when run manually. The gory details... Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 4 (Nahant Update 6) Linux 2.6.9-67.0.20.ELsmp The script (parts anyway, and simplified)...

Quote:

#!/bin/bash
. /home/bea/.bash_profile
echo rsyncloc=${rsyncloc} >> ${log}

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General :: Write A Bash Script That Gets The List Of Files In A Directory?

Apr 5, 2010

I'm trying to write a bash script that gets the list of files in a directory and puts them into a variable, then checks each entry and outputs them as follows:

item1 is a FILE
item2 is a DIR
item3 is a DIR
etc etc.

I am able to get the list of files into a variable, but unsure how to get the output I want.

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Nov 15, 2010

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