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I've been struggling with this one for quite a while and cannot seem to find a solution for this find/replace scenario. Perhaps I'm getting rusty.
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
The awk below executes and produces the current output, which is correct, except I can not seem to include the header lines # and ## in the output as well. I tried adding !/^#/ thinking that it would skip the lines with # and output them but the entire file prints as is. Thank you :).
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
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How can i tweak sendmail configuration files so that the "Received:" field is removed from email header information?
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I have large file with around 100k+ lines. I wanted to retain only the last 100 lines in that file. One way i thought was using
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9. Shell Programming and Scripting
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say i have these many file in a directory named exam.
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VORBISCOMMENT(1) Vorbis Tools VORBISCOMMENT(1)
vorbiscomment - edits Ogg Vorbis comments
vorbiscomment [-l] file.ogg
vorbiscomment -a [ -t "tag=value" ] in.ogg out.ogg
vorbiscomment -w in.ogg out.ogg
vorbiscomment reads, modifies, and appends Ogg Vorbis audio file metadata tags.
-a Append comments.
Take comments from a file. The file is the same format as is output by the the -l option: one element per line in 'tag=value' for-
-h Show command help.
-l List the comments in the ogg vorbis file.
-q Quiet mode. No messages are displayed.
Specify a new tag on the command line. Each tag is given as a single string. The part before the '=' is treated as the tag name and
the part after as the value.
-w Replace comments with the new set given either on the command line with -t or from a file with -c.
To just see what comment tags are in a file:
vorbiscomment -l file.ogg
To edit those comments:
vorbiscomment -l file.ogg > file.txt
[edit the comments in file.txt to your statisfaction]
vorbiscomment -w -c file.txt file.ogg newfile.ogg
To simply add a comment:
vorbiscomment -a -t 'ARTIST=No One You Know' file.ogg newfile.ogg
See http://xiph.org/ogg/vorbis/doc/v-comment.html for documentation on the Ogg Vorbis tag format, including a suggested list of canonical
Michael Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ralph Giles <email@example.com>
Christopher L Cheney <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Xiph.org Foundation December 24, 2001 VORBISCOMMENT(1)