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Posted By aster007
awk help to mask characters
Hi Guys, I'm not an expert so seeking advice on awk.
I need to mask numbers in a text field so that they show up as "*" except for the last 4.
Input:
Desired Output:

The part of the Code I...
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Posted By aster007
bakunin (https://www.unix.com/members/41441.html)...
bakunin (https://www.unix.com/members/41441.html) - That is the excat change I am trying to avoid as it involves many script changes.
Our scripts have something like
Options -a Call All
-e Call...
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Posted By aster007
AIX to Linux command difference
Moving from AIX 6.1 to RHEL 6.6, I have noticed a few command differences.
One that has been causing issue is a simple echo command when I have to use it this way -> "echo -e"
On the AIX it...
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Posted By aster007
Got it resolved....updated the last peice of code...
Got it resolved....updated the last peice of code to remove boundary and just have the "echo" as below

cat $ATTACH
echo '---asdfghjkl'
echo "Content-Type: text/html charset=US-ASCII;"
echo...
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Posted By aster007
Got the extra box removed by updating the HTML...
Got the extra box removed by updating the HTML code

END{
printf "</TABLE>"
printf "<BR>"instead of

END{
printf "<TR><TD></TD></TR></TABLE>"
...
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Posted By aster007
Actual HTML file cat test_file.html ...
Actual HTML file
cat test_file.html
<BR><BR><FONT SIZE=4><CENTER><B>XXXXX</B></CENTER></FONT><BR><HTML><HEAD><TITLE> Title Header </TITLE></HEAD><BODY><TABLE border = 4 BORDERCOLOR =BLACK...
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Posted By aster007
Sendmail with HTML body and attachment code issues
Hi,

I was working on getting an HTML file in the mail body along with attaching a "csv" file to the mail.
Below are the 2 parts of the code.

I need help with the second part where I'm sending...
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Posted By aster007
I didn't quite understand your requirements but...
I didn't quite understand your requirements but if you have an input file with data, each line can be appended in the below way

while read LINE
do
TODAY=`date "+%d%b%Y"`

echo...
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Posted By aster007
Not the best solution...but should work ...
Not the best solution...but should work
Considering file as your input file


i=1

while read LINE
do
END_OF_FILE=`echo $LINE | awk -F "|" '{print $1}'`

if [[ $END_OF_FILE !=...
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Posted By aster007
cat file1 | awk '{print $1}' | while read NUM ...
cat file1 | awk '{print $1}' | while read NUM
do
# echo ${NUM}

grep "Gene_${NUM}" file2 2>/dev/null # output to tty or suppress

RC=$?

if [[ ${RC} == 0 ]]...
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Posted By aster007
small details!! :( there was a "\" in the...
small details!! :( there was a "\" in the grep....must have been escaping the quote!

cat $FILE_NAME | grep "C:" | awk '{print $2}' > absolute_paths.dat
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Posted By aster007
corrected the cp statement. Also, use this for...
corrected the cp statement.
Also, use this for getting the second part


cat $FILE_NAME | grep "C:\" | awk '{print $2}' > absolute_paths.dat
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Posted By aster007
Can you show how your txt look like? I wanted...
Can you show how your txt look like?
I wanted to know if the "C:\blabla\more blahblah\myfile.txt" is on separate line or on same line with other words, etc.

considering they are on separate...
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Posted By aster007
Used cut instead of awk. Not sure why "awk"...
Used cut instead of awk. Not sure why "awk" doesn't list the first one.
Maybe someone with superiour UNIX knowledge can help here.

ls /dev/sd[b-z] | cut -f3 -d "/" | awk '{print "some text" $1...
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Posted By aster007
Use a "\" to escape its normal behavior of...
Use a "\" to escape its normal behavior of pointing to the start of the line/word.

nocarrot=`echo $var | sed -e 's/\^/_/g'`
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Posted By aster007
cat gold.txt | while read FILE_NME do ...
cat gold.txt | while read FILE_NME
do
FL_NME_PATH=`find / -type f -name "$FILE_NME" `

cp $FILE_NME_PATH /path/directory/
done
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Posted By aster007
Use backslash to escape the quotes you need to be...
Use backslash to escape the quotes you need to be present in your output


echo "user_pref(\"network.proxy.http\", \"$j\");"
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Posted By aster007
Thanks in2nix4life...
Thanks in2nix4life (https://www.unix.com/members/302031849.html)!
But why does having 13 in mtime giving the correct output, when its 14 days past the file creation.
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Posted By aster007
From the code, you are trying to run the command...
From the code, you are trying to run the command for "lastWord" on the local machine and then trying to copy the file from the remote machine which is not present there. The file you have generated...
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Posted By aster007
Behaviour of "find" command
Hi,

I'm trying to understand why the find command below is not listing a directory which was modified long back from the number of days specified in the mtime part. :confused:


user-aster...
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Posted By aster007
Still not clear....can you paste the output you...
Still not clear....can you paste the output you want please.
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Posted By aster007
file=<filename with timestamp> while read...
file=<filename with timestamp>

while read LINE
do
echo "$file $LINE" >> temp_file.txt

done < input_file

temp_file.txt > input_file



As Corona688 has said, we will only get...
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Posted By aster007
you can use the "grep -B" option if I understood...
you can use the "grep -B" option if I understood you right.
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Posted By aster007
you will need to save the hostkey file first. ...
you will need to save the hostkey file first.
First do a simple "ssh <servername>"
it will ask you the above question you posted to save the file - type in "save"/"yes" whatever it asks.
Once you...
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Posted By aster007
cat <file> | cut -f1 -d":"
cat <file> | cut -f1 -d":"
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