I seem to be stuck here. I want to send a system request from my script to another server via SSH, checking if a folder there exists. A folder path is passed from another script, stored in a variable and might have a space character in it. Since I couldn't...
I'm aware of how to get the last argument passed to a function but I'm wondering how to get all the arguments of a function after the first two:
I have file with content:file.txt:In this file between every First launch, content can be different, it is not fixed ( for example: First launch 3 contain three elements while First launch 2 contents only 2 elements), so any number of content can be between the First launch pattern which is...
I have a string that looks something like /foo/bar/baz59_ 5stuff.thingI would like to increase the last number (5 in the example) by one, if it's greater than another variable. A 9 would be increased to 10. Note that the last number could be multiple digits also; also that "stuff.thing" could...
How would I explode out a number in bashWith this value '12684041234' Required result '12684041234','1268404123','126840412','12684041','1268404','126840','12684','1268','126','12','1'
I have a text file produced by some commercial software, looking like below. It consists in brackets delimited sections, each of which counts several million elements but the exact value changes from one case to another.
I would like to delete leases from dhcpd.conf where I give the ip address to be deleted from a Bash variable. A dhcpd.conf example is at the button.
Given the following command:All outputs to perl (from git ls-files) that were symbolic links are now copies of the target files.
I don't seem to locate an SO question that matches this exact problem.I have a text file that has one text token per line, without any commas, tabs, or quotes. I want to create a comma delimited string based on the file content.
I have searched for a similar question here, but surprisingly could not find any.In GNU bash, there is (a construct? a structure? a data type?) called "arrays". Arrays are well documented in the bash documentation, so I think that I understand the basics.