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Ok I realized I forgot to type an extra ' after F...
Ok I realized I forgot to type an extra ' after F (dumb), but now it returns just usr1 printed once?
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Posted By LeftoverStew
I tried and it didn't seem to work... It just...
I tried and it didn't seem to work... It just says Unmatched ' ?
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Posted By LeftoverStew
The 000* series.
The 000* series.
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Posted By LeftoverStew
Extract lines that appear twice
I have a text file that looks like this :


root/user/usr1/0001/abab1*
root/user/usr1/0001/abab2*
root/user/usr1/0002/acac1*
root/user/usr1/0002/acac2*
root/user/usr1/0003/adad1*...
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Posted By LeftoverStew
The first and second file have the same name,...
The first and second file have the same name, with the exception that the first file has 004 in the name and the second has 005. So yes, numerically.
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Posted By LeftoverStew
Copy contents of one file to another
I need to write a script (in bash) that copies the content of the first file in each folder of a directory to the second file in the same folder. I tried this and it didn't work - it just came back...
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Posted By LeftoverStew
Scrutinizer, you are an awesome human being. I am...
Scrutinizer, you are an awesome human being. I am forever grateful, it does exactly what I wanted!!!
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Posted By LeftoverStew
for file in `cat 1.txt`; do ln -si $file...
for file in `cat 1.txt`; do
ln -si $file ./root/00*/folder2/*5*_done.nii.gz
done
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Posted By LeftoverStew
Script for linking files with paths in 2 text files
I have 2 txt files, 1.txt and 2.txt which contain the paths to files that need to be linked.

Example 1.txt:
/root/001/folder2/image4.nii.gz
/root/002/folder2/image4.nii.gz

Example 2.txt:...
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Posted By LeftoverStew
I know not to use a subject if files with a...
I know not to use a subject if files with a specific part in their names are missing. So yes, there is a list of necessary files.

And by "lines" I meant each row of ls output - directory of each...
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Posted By LeftoverStew
How to extract specific data?
Bash scripting beginner here...

I have many folders, each folder representing one subject. Not all subjects have all the required files, so I need to somehow cycle through all the data and then...
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