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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I found a decent guide of VI basic tricks. This guide does expect you to have a decent understanding of VI. It does not go over very much beginner related.
vi Manual (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: cokedude
I downloaded vim.7.2 and compiled the vim source .
Added the vim binary path to PATH (Because iam not the root of the box)
when i load the file using vim it throws me an error
Error detected while processing /home2/e3003091/.vimrc:
E185: Cannot find color scheme darkblue
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Discussion started by: girija
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a file which containd a string "old" and I need to replace all old with "new" if and only if it is a string not part of a string like Gold or fold etc.
I tried with sed like below
echo "old gold old" | sed 's/old/new/g'
It doesn't give the desired output, It give "old Gnew new".... (3 Replies)
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What do you think could we open new top topic with tips and tricks and to show to other users some tricks what do we know like dtrace , new virtual server , how to add new users etc.
This is only suggestion (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: solaris_user
5. Shell Programming and Scripting
1) I ran myScript with 2 arguments, I meant to use 3
if I do r my, it will rerun it with the 2 arguments. is there a way I can do r my and add a third argument at the end?
2) say I did
myAcript.ksh 2 5 7 8
I realise my typo. is there an easy way to redo the command replacing A with S?
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Discussion started by: JamesByars
6. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Is there anyway to make the tar utility print the contents of the files inside it (not list the files, but rather their contents) sequentially from the command line?
What I ultimately would like to do is to have a way of printing the contents of each file in the tar archive... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: neked