I am trying to append and prepend text to every line in a .txt file.
While reading up on how to set up
grub, I came across an article claiming that I need to use one of the following two syntaxes,
Say I do the following:
I need to copy one disk to another. I tried with the command below and it takes nearly a day to copy 1 TB of disk in federo.
I’ve got a few processes with a known name that all write to files in a single directory. I’d like to log the number of disk block reads and writes over a period (not just file access) to test whether a parameter change reduces the amount of I/O significantly. I’m currently using
iostat -d -p, but that is limited to the whole partition.
I have a network drive hosted on a Windows10 Machine, it mounts fine to my CentOS7 machine through the command:
If I have a file which name starting with single or several minus sign, for example –1 it can’t be used as a parameter of…
If a shared object dependency does not contain a slash, then it is
searched for in the following order:
I love screen, but it drives me nuts that I have to stop typing input, hit
CTRL+A [, and then find what I need.
In the bash tutorial I am reading, it says that if you open a file descriptor for reading, i.e.