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  1. Re: How do I use Awk or SED used to change information in a text file?

    Cool both worked, but I brain dumped something

    I wanted it to be...



    Case: 1011111

    Billing address: 1234 W4 New York NYC 10011-1014
  2. Re: How do I use Awk or SED used to change information in a text file?

    Ok it did this



    Billing address: 1234 W4Case: 1011111
    New York NYC 10011-1014


    So it appears the "Billing" and "Case" in on the same line. Is it possible to move "Case" to a new line or...
  3. How do I use Awk or SED used to change information in a text file?

    Greeting

    I recently downloaded software to export text from a ".PDF" file to a ".txt" file
    When viewed the .txt file shows the following



    Billing address: 1234 W4 Case:...
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    Re: File manipulation III

    So attempt to run the following command in my mp3 folder



    rename -v 's/.{6}$//' *.{mp3,m4a}[0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F]


    and I received the following error
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    Re: File manipulation III

    Thanks

    I will let you know how this turns out.
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    File manipulation III

    Greeting

    I was working on my mp3 collection (backup copy), using some commands I found on line. These command locates all files counts and arranges them



    find...
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    [ubuntu] Re: mutt -s "Test" email@email.com -a test.doc

    Care to share??

    Im having a hell of a time.
  8. Re: How can I change MAC address? (macchanger doesn't work)

    FYI

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AnonymizingNetworkMACAddresses
  9. Thread: Bash question

    by Herbon
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bash question

    Fixed, and Thank you all
  10. Thread: Bash question

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    [SOLVED] Re: Bash question

    Great espeak useage commands

    But how do I deleted lines "delete the lines 115 to 119 !"
  11. Thread: Bash question

    by Herbon
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bash question

    At the time (no pun) was playing around with a idea that failed to pan out.
    Now my goal is just to correct this issue (learn) and move on.

    Sorry about the tag
  12. Thread: Bash question

    by Herbon
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    [SOLVED] Re: Bash question

    Here the output from "egrep -nv '^$|^#' .bashrc"



    Bengrim@peanuttwo:~$ egrep -nv '^$|^#' .bashrc
    6:case $- in
    7: *i*) ;;
    8: *) return;;
    9:esac
    13:HISTCONTROL=ignoreboth
  13. Thread: Bash question

    by Herbon
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    [SOLVED] Bash question

    I was missing around in the CLI, and get this every time I open a new terminal




    No command 'Time' found, did you mean:
    Command 'hime' from package 'hime' (universe)
    Command 'time' from...
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    [SOLVED] Re: BIOS SLIC on ASUS notebook

    A little more research revealed simply removing the CMOS battery for 2 min, and turning back on the device than hit F10 to save the new set up, and bang new Linux box!!!
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    [SOLVED] BIOS SLIC on ASUS notebook

    A few days ago I purchased a ASUS S500ca running Win8. My plan was simply remove the old HD, and install a new SSD with Linux.

    After I had installed the new drive, I popped in a USB drive loaded...
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    Re: How do I find network shares via the CLI

    If your familiar with 13.10, under "File" folder, there and option to "Connect to server"
    I entered my NAS address (10.10.2.4) in the listed box, which then displays the following...
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    Re: How do I find network shares via the CLI

    I'm able to do a drag and down via the GUI, and I even saved the link in my bookmarks.

    I'll check my set up later tonight
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    Re: How do I find network shares via the CLI

    [QUOTE=bab1;12875392]Does this mean there is NO output from the command smbtree? If so then post the output of
    smbtree -d3...this raises the debug level.

    Terbon@11:~$ smbtree -d3
    lp_load_ex:...
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    Re: How do I find network shares via the CLI

    :confused:
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    Re: How do I find network shares via the CLI

    So I tried this, but it don't show the path to drive. :(





    http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpages/smbtree.1.html
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    How do I find network shares via the CLI

    I recently upgraded to 13.10, and found that completely lost access to shares via the CLI, but not the GUI.

    The main reasons I used the CLI is, I wanted to set up Rsync, automation, and manually...
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    Re: Script to Rsync with NAS folder

    Thanks I will update when I get home later today
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    Re: Script to Rsync with NAS folder

    The NAS = 10.10.1.5

    I wanted to back up a folder from my laptop to network drive.
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    Script to Rsync with NAS folder

    I was working on the script to backup files on my laptop to my "NAS", with it connection to my network

    The following is what I came up with:



    Iím getting the following errors when I remove...
  25. Thread: Espeak errors

    by Herbon
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    [SOLVED] Re: Espeak errors

    Thank you both!
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