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Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-06-2002
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Posted By klannon
alias
yellowfish, thehoghunter:

Thanks for the advice, I will give it a shot. I found another way of performing this task:

alias cd 'get old = $ cwd; chdir \ !*; pwd'

This works just fine.
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Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-06-2002
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Posted By klannon
thehoghunter: Are you saying that I cannot...
thehoghunter:

Are you saying that I cannot create an alias within the csh to allow the user to know the cwd upon cd'ing?

thanks
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 05-06-2002
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Posted By klannon
alias
Hello,

I'm trying to create an alias that will show the path name of a current directory when a user cd's into any directory.

I have tried the following:

alias cd ' cd | pwd '

This just...
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Posted By klannon
Thanks for the help.
Peter,

I just wanted to say thanks, you answered my question. This site is execellent to budding unix users.

Best Regards,

Ken
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Posted By klannon
Still having some trouble deleting firstword
First off, I want to say thank inpavan for the help. To answer inpavens question regarding what I am trying to delete, I am trying to delete two words within a file. The file is about 80 lines in...
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Posted By klannon
sed option to delete two words within a file
Could someone please help me with the following.

I'm trying to figure out how to delete two words within a specific file using sed.

The two words are directory and named.

I have tried the...
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Posted By klannon
Alias
I'm trying to do the following:

Create an alias called whopw that will change directory to the /etc
directory and grep the password file for my username to return my password file entry.

One...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 03-10-2002
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Posted By klannon
Locating files and directing ouput
I'm trying to locate all files that do not contain the string /usr but do contain the string csh within the file called /etc/passwd. Then I would like to direct this output to a file called pout.
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Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 03-08-2002
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Posted By klannon
How do you display summary of disk usage?
I am trying to create a command string that makes use of the du or df utilities to show block count in kilobytes (1024 bytes) instead of multiples of 512 bytes, any suggestions? Thanks.....
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