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Read and process the output of a command one row at a time
0 93 posted 3 years ago by rm1984
This is a good way to show the difference between files side by side to quickly see what parts are not the same, if any.
0 67 posted 6 years ago by donkeykong
Command to transfer files between servers using the command line.
0 57 posted 9 years ago by frigga
A couple of snippets useful for file management. I use these to make sure I understand how many files I'm about to modify, and then rename them.
0 51 posted 9 years ago by alassiter
A very simple quick way to count the number of files in a directory.
0 61 posted 9 years ago by alassiter
0 53 posted 10 years ago by wearetherock
This command will email the contents of emailbody.txt to [email protected] with the subject My subject line.
0 99 posted 10 years ago by webonomic
0 38 posted 10 years ago by tobewan
1 55 posted 10 years ago by dorseye
0 30 posted 10 years ago by sennesaelium
commands for starting, stopping etc openSSH
0 32 posted 10 years ago by stiobhart
find all files owned by xxx and change them to be owned by yyy
0 33 posted 10 years ago by stiobhart
some basic *nix terminal commands
0 39 posted 10 years ago by stiobhart
##Instructions 1. Create a new Command: Bundles > Bundle Editor > Edit Commands 2. Click the "+" button to add a new command 3. Give your command a descriptive name ("TM Path in title", for example) 4. Set the following properties on the command...
3 96 posted 11 years ago by koncept
0 41 posted 11 years ago by zachwood
To find the latest file in a particular dir
1 71 posted 11 years ago by jaduks
I did not write the script, a friend did.
0 72 posted 11 years ago by garretjames
This rendition works for most of my tasks, but the inform may need to be changed to suit base64 encoded files.
0 50 posted 11 years ago by breakerjump
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