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Posted By dahlia84
My bad. I shall give this one last try. I do not...
My bad. I shall give this one last try. I do not want to waste you time though.

echo `(command1; command2 )` > filename.txt
Try using echo with -n option as well because that is the option which...
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Posted By dahlia84
Oh sorry, I am not on a Unix machine now but can...
Oh sorry, I am not on a Unix machine now but can you please try this and tell me if it works?

(command1; command2 )> filename.txt
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Posted By dahlia84
I am not sure if this would help you but you can...
I am not sure if this would help you but you can try:

command1 > file1.txt
will write the output of command1 to file1.txt

Now, command2 >> file1.txt

will append command2 output to the...
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Posted By dahlia84
I am not sure what you mean by This is one...
I am not sure what you mean by

This is one of the ways to kill all sessions for a specific user (replace username with the actual user name):

kill -9 `ps -u username | grep -v PID | awk '{...
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Posted By dahlia84
Doubt on RegEx
Friends,

I have a silly doubt:

Assume that I have a line like this

Heading: Value1; SomeText1 (a, b, c), Value 2; SomeText2 (d, e, f)

I wanted to remove all semicolon and remove...
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Posted By dahlia84
Security for applets files inside a folder
Friends

I have a directory structure /a/b/c/applets/ This directory has .java, .class and other applet files. I gave the applets folder 755 permission because these applets are displayed at...
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Posted By dahlia84
JavaScript to get Timezone (IST, EST, etc)
Friends,

I am trying to write a Javascript to get the local timezone (not UTC+5.30, etc but exactly like IST, PST, etc). I been trying for two days and I am finally here to ask for some pointers....
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Posted By dahlia84
oh no! My point was not to copy the code which I...
oh no! My point was not to copy the code which I quoted. That was just an example.

I was about to say that - may be something like default_stdin_fh => $def_in needs to be set in your code next to...
4,894
Posted By dahlia84
Can you try something like this? Source:...
Can you try something like this? Source: Net::OpenSSH (http://kobesearch.cpan.org/htdocs/Net-OpenSSH/Net/OpenSSH.html)
2,603
Posted By dahlia84
To achive this, you need to know 1. How to...
To achive this, you need to know

1. How to read from a file using perl (search google for read a file in perl)
2. How to tell if a file exists in Perl (Check...
4,685
Posted By dahlia84
Anyone here use Clearcase command from shell?
I am coding a korn shell script to automate certain things. Creating a baseline is one of them where I got stuck.

I google'd and found the available options of using mkbl command.

Inside my...
7,849
Posted By dahlia84
I am using this... This did the trick. ...
I am using this... This did the trick.

tmp=$(
while IFS="|" read x x desc; do
echo "$desc"
done < infile
)

rbatte1 - you may even call me dumb. I am a noob in awk and sed. I need to...
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Posted By dahlia84
Thanks guys! I wonder why the same logic...
Thanks guys!

I wonder why the same logic does not work here.


#tmp=$(echo "$tmp" "\n" $(echo $line|cut -d '|' -f 3))
tmp=$(printf "$tmp \n" $(echo $line|cut -d '|' -f 3))
echo "$tmp"

...
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Posted By dahlia84
Should export $var=$val # does not work ...
Should

export $var=$val # does not work

not be

export var=$val # does not work

Correct me if I am wrong. I am learning as well!
4,614
Posted By dahlia84
I am not sure if I get your question. Are you...
I am not sure if I get your question. Are you talking about leading white spaces?

IFS might just be what you are after. Check out
7,849
Posted By dahlia84
[SOLVED] \n in ksh using echo & printf
#!/usr/bin/ksh

var1="Hi World"
var2="Morning"
var3=$(echo "$var1" \n "$var2")
echo $var3
var3=$(printf "$var1 \n $var2")
echo $var3



Output



Any way to get


in my $var3 ?
1,070
Posted By dahlia84
Web Automation in Perl/Ksh with NO additional modules
I would like to automate form filling in a remote way... i mean in the background. That form consists of 3 pages (need to be traversed by clicking on a "next" button). Form uses JavaScript as well.
...
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Posted By dahlia84
Finding a string inside A Tag
I have umpteen number of files containing HTML A tags in the below format



or



I want to find all the lines that contain the word Login=

I used this command

grep "Login=" *
...
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Posted By dahlia84
Source:...
Source: softpanorama.org/Tools/Find/find_mini_tutorial.shtml
1,416
Posted By dahlia84
Do u have a specific code that is not working? Or...
Do u have a specific code that is not working? Or in general if u want some sample code on how to open files from shell scripts then please

#!/bin/ksh
for values in `cat a.txt`
do
echo...
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Posted By dahlia84
You mean virus programming using shell script? I...
You mean virus programming using shell script? I have done one using C though. You can google it aswell
4,525
Posted By dahlia84
if loop? I have never heard of if "loops". Do you...
if loop? I have never heard of if "loops". Do you mean how to close multiple if conditions?

EDIT: If u mean the how to close if conditions then use fi for every if pair
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Posted By dahlia84
echo "0000000120" | awk '{print $1 + 0}'
echo "0000000120" | awk '{print $1 + 0}'
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Posted By dahlia84
Does this help you? #!/usr/bin/perl use...
Does this help you?

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use warnings;

open my $pipe, "-|", "/usr/bin/tail", "-f", "./SampleLog.log" or die "could not start tail on SampleLog.log: $!";
print while...
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Posted By dahlia84
I have heard people telling "libumem" can be used...
I have heard people telling "libumem" can be used with mdb to find leaks. Never used it though.
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