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Posted By igandu
Hi Prowla, I am afraid that didn't help. ...
Hi Prowla,

I am afraid that didn't help.

Regards,
Indra
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Posted By igandu
egrep not giving desired results
I have written a shell script which looks like below:

grep -v ',0,' ./DATA/abc.001 > ./DATA/abc.mid
egrep $GREPSEARCH ./DATA/ebc.mid > ./DATA/abc.cut

the variable GREPSEARCH has values like...
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Posted By igandu
Thanks everyone for helping me with this. ...
Thanks everyone for helping me with this.

Thanks & regards,
Indra
25,691
Posted By igandu
Hi Gabe, can you also explain how would the...
Hi Gabe,

can you also explain how would the double quotes make the difference.

Regards,
Indra
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Posted By igandu
Checking the existence of a file..
Hi,

I am trying to check for the existence of a file using the 'test' and the file existence options.
When trying to check for a file with a space in between e.g 'Team List', it gives the...
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Posted By igandu
Help required on building the logic
Hi,

Can anyone please help me on building the logic for writing a shell script which can delete blank lines from a file and count the number of duplicate lines in a file.

Thanks,
Indra
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Posted By igandu
Use of "2>"
Hello,

What is the use of 2> for redirecting output?

Regards,
Indra
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Posted By igandu
Executing a Shell Script
I am trying to run a shell script using the ./<ScriptName> command, but the server returns an error bash: ./Script1.sh: Permission denied
What variable do I need to set to avoid this?
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Posted By igandu
crw-------
What does c in the file permission list mean?
41,143
Posted By igandu
I deleted all my other directories after getting...
I deleted all my other directories after getting this message, but it didn't help. :confused:
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Posted By igandu
cat: write error: No space left on device
I am trying to create new files under my directory...but i getting the following message...
cat: write error: No space left on device

How do we handle this error.

I am not getting this error...
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Posted By igandu
Listing only directories in the current working directory using the "ls" command
Hello All, I am trying to list only directories in my current directory using the command "ls -d". But the output only contains the default directory "." and doesn't list the rest of the directories...
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