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Something like this? a[1]="ABC" a[2]="CED"...
Something like this?

a[1]="ABC"
a[2]="CED"
a[3]="EFG"
for (( i=0; i<=3; i++ )); do echo ${a[$i]}; done
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Another one, ls -1 | sed...
Another one,


ls -1 | sed 's/\(.*\)_.*/mv & \1.xls/g' | sh
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: while : do ...
Try:


while :
do
/msg2/SUNWmsgsr/sbin/counterutil -o httpstat | awk -F"[:]" '/global.numcurrentsessions/ { print $NF; }' | read var
[[ $var -gt 5800 ]] && mailx -s "alert :Max connections "...
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Posted By dennis.jacob
One with awk, ls -d *(#* | awk...
One with awk,


ls -d *(#* | awk -F"[(#)]" '{ print $3 }'
1,230
Posted By dennis.jacob
It works well for me.Which sed you are using? ...
It works well for me.Which sed you are using?

You can even try the below one in awk,

echo $line | awk -F"[\]:\[]" '{ print $2" "$4; }' | read a b
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try this: echo $line | sed...
Try this:


echo $line | sed 's/.*\[\(.*\)\]:\(.*\) .*/\1 \2/' | read a b
1,013
Posted By dennis.jacob
I guess you are not looking for SFTP , and not...
I guess you are not looking for SFTP , and not SMTP [for mailing].

Here is a sample SFTP program


sftp username/password@server_name <<EOF
lcd local_directory
cd remote_directory
put...
3,334
Posted By dennis.jacob
In a nut shell, here are the activities. 1....
In a nut shell, here are the activities.

1. Make and install the apache with --enable-ssl
2. Edit the httpd-ssl.conf with certificate details
[ You can either create a self signed...
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: echo...
Try:


echo "60060160B18414009C557D9DE02CDF11" | sed -e 's/../&:/g' -e 's/.$//'
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Instead of it, you can try: awk '{...
Instead of it, you can try:


awk '{ s=substr($0,1,3); print >"acc_"s;}' temp
1,296
Posted By dennis.jacob
Overlooked :wall: awk '_[$1]++==1' ...
Overlooked :wall:


awk '_[$1]++==1' filename
1,296
Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: awk '!_[$1]++' < filename
Try:


awk '!_[$1]++' < filename
2,872
Posted By dennis.jacob
You can put the below line in your /etc/sudoers...
You can put the below line in your /etc/sudoers file

username ALL = NOPASSWD: ALL

Alternatively, if you are looking for a different option, you can use "expect" tool
82,210
Posted By dennis.jacob
Why not to try ls ? ls -1...
Why not to try ls ?

ls -1 /folderA/folderB/*.txt
2,086
Posted By dennis.jacob
What is the error which you are getting? Probably...
What is the error which you are getting? Probably you can try:

for i in 71 72 73 74 75
do
for server in server1 server2
do
somestr="Some String"
cmd="lsattr -El hdiskpower$i |grep...
82,210
Posted By dennis.jacob
Use : find /folderA/folderB/ -name *.txt...
Use :


find /folderA/folderB/ -name *.txt -prune

or

find /folderA/folderB/ -name *.txt -maxdepth 1
1,028
Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: find . -name "*" -type f -exec grep -l...
Try:

find . -name "*" -type f -exec grep -l spam {} \; -exec rm -i {} \;
14,342
Posted By dennis.jacob
Ok, Slightly modified for handling it.. ...
Ok, Slightly modified for handling it..


perl -ne 'chomp ; push(@a,"$_ at line $."); END{ print "",(sort { $a <=> $b } @a)[0]; }' file
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: find . -name "*" -type f | sed...
Try:

find . -name "*" -type f | sed 's!.*/!!g'
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: awk -F"|" '!/^#/ { print $2}' <...
Try:

awk -F"|" '!/^#/ { print $2}' < file
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Anothe one , using xargs xargs -n5 < file
Anothe one , using xargs

xargs -n5 < file
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Posted By dennis.jacob
If I got you correctly,Try: awk 'NF>2 {...
If I got you correctly,Try:

awk 'NF>2 { print $1" "$2; $1=$2=""; print; }' file
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: awk '/DETY/ { s=""; s=$1" "$2; } /SP=/...
Try:

awk '/DETY/ { s=""; s=$1" "$2; } /SP=/ {s=s" "$3; } /MGG=/ { s=s" "$1; } /END/ { print s; }' file
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Another one, in perl.. perl -ne...
Another one, in perl..

perl -ne 'push(@a,$_); END{ print "",(sort { $a <=> $b } @a)[0]; }'
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Posted By dennis.jacob
Try: xargs < file | tr ' ' ','
Try:

xargs < file | tr ' ' ','
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