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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 11-28-2018
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Posted By Scott
Don't fix that last one. "suppressing further...
Don't fix that last one. "suppressing further errors from this subtree" sounds like a Gotcha :D

Cool, otherwise :)
527
Posted By Scott
Exactly which operating system did you download...
Exactly which operating system did you download the file to?

A file having a .exe extension implies (but only implies) that it's a Windows file, not a Linux one. You won't be able to natively run...
Forum: Web Development 11-10-2018
1,051
Posted By Scott
My "security" suggestion was just a guess.....
My "security" suggestion was just a guess.. probably not a very good one, or the right one for the wrong reasons! Encapsulation is good!

When the Vue instance is instantiated the execution context...
Forum: Web Development 11-09-2018
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Posted By Scott
Added vbuserId to the component: data() { ...
Added vbuserId to the component:

data() {
return {
...
vbuserId: vbuserId
};
},
computed:{
...
id: function() {
return this.vbuserId;
}

I...
Forum: Web Development 11-08-2018
1,051
Posted By Scott
The problem in the end was in the vB Template,...
The problem in the end was in the vB Template, where $jsGlobalsfromvB was given after the Vue components were loaded, meaning that vbuserId and vbtheURL were not set at the time the components were...
Forum: Web Development 11-08-2018
1,051
Posted By Scott
I see from the source in the test page link you...
I see from the source in the test page link you sent that vbuserId and vbtheURL are both already in scope as Javascript variables, which means you can add them to your data function:


data() {...
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Posted By Scott
A simple way (probably a simpler one) to swap two...
A simple way (probably a simpler one) to swap two lines in sed would be:

sed "40h;41G;40d" file
Forum: Red Hat 10-16-2018
1,139
Posted By Scott
Well, if you modify PATH from the command line it...
Well, if you modify PATH from the command line it will be lost when you end your current session. To make it stick, you need to modify the path in one of your login scripts (e.g. .bashrc or...
Forum: Red Hat 10-16-2018
1,139
Posted By Scott
Perhaps I misread your first post. Did you...
Perhaps I misread your first post. Did you actually edit your .bashrc to add the path to gatk-4.0.10.1, or just change it on the command line?

(second, probably silly question - are you using...
Forum: Red Hat 10-16-2018
1,139
Posted By Scott
I don't see where you added...
I don't see where you added /usr/bin/gatk-4.0.10.1 to your PATH in the .bashrc. I won't ask why it's in /usr/ and not /usr/local/, though :)
450
Posted By Scott
kill requires at least one argument (one or more...
kill requires at least one argument (one or more PIDs).

kill [-s signal|-p] [-q sigval] [-a] [--] pid...


echo doesn't require any arguments (and wouldn't appear to serve any purpose in your...
294
Posted By Scott
There are a number of ways to accomplish that....
There are a number of ways to accomplish that. Assuming there is a direct one-to-one mapping between the two input files, then you could do something like:

paste file[12] | while read user pass x;...
474
Posted By Scott
Using strings $(which sed) | grep "followed by...
Using strings $(which sed) | grep "followed by text" on GNU sed returns nothing, whereas it does on macOS's standard sed.

So, even though you installed GNU sed, is that the one you are actually...
348
Posted By Scott
-v declares a variable to use inside awk. You...
-v declares a variable to use inside awk. You could also put that at the end, without -v. e.g.

awk -vd=`date +%Y%m%d` -F"," '{print $1, d}' OFS="," file
348
Posted By Scott
What is wrong with the result ("didn't get the...
What is wrong with the result ("didn't get the result as expected)?

$ sed "s/$/,$(date '+%Y%m%d')/" file
22055,20180930
21088,20180930
93840,20180930
30990,20180930
50990,20180930...
1,016
Posted By Scott
Yes. It works this way because you are reading a...
Yes. It works this way because you are reading a file (sequentially) and processing it as it comes.

if you find red, process that
if you find blue, process that

Yields the same results as
...
1,016
Posted By Scott
I don't think that's what I said at all. If you...
I don't think that's what I said at all. If you are reading the file sequentially, you'll always get whatever color comes first, regardless of the order in which you process it.

Or maybe I'm not...
1,016
Posted By Scott
You're reading the file in sequential order. The...
You're reading the file in sequential order. The order of your if statements is unimportant for the requirement you specified.
316
Posted By Scott
The redirection is a shell thing, not an awk or...
The redirection is a shell thing, not an awk or sed thing. Put it after the awk command, regardless of which solution you use.

e.g.

awk ...... file2 file1 > file3

or

sed .. && awk ......
316
Posted By Scott
Having added code tags to the data as well, I see...
Having added code tags to the data as well, I see that file1 has a lot of whitespace (spaces and/or tabs) in the fields. If you're using -F to specify a very specific field separator (,), then the...
238
Posted By Scott
In awk: awk '/^root: nmp/ { getline; V[$0]++...
In awk:

awk '/^root: nmp/ { getline; V[$0]++ } END { for( v in V ) print v " " V[v] }'
Segmentation fault 1
10 2
3.1 1

This method doesn't guarantee the order. You'd need to modify it...
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Posted By Scott
There is (as is always the case) a number of ways...
There is (as is always the case) a number of ways of doing this. Here's one with awk:

awk -F'"' '/EqName/ { sub(" ", "_", $2) }1' file
{
EqName Tan_1
....
....
}

{

EqName ...
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Posted By Scott
You never really mentioned what error you get...
You never really mentioned what error you get when you try to install the package...
781
Posted By Scott
OK, well apologies for the slight tangent I sent...
OK, well apologies for the slight tangent I sent us off on, but again it comes back to this "DEVNAME" thing.

Before, or after, when you call fdisk..


DEVNAME=$(fdisk -l |grep FAT16 |awk...
781
Posted By Scott
Ah, bajeezus.. I somehow forgot this was about...
Ah, bajeezus.. I somehow forgot this was about udev! Are there any errors in the system logs (dmesg, etc.)?
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