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Move all images in folder to subfolder, and update all references to those images to their new location?

I have a folder which contains a ~50 text files (PHP) and hundreds of images. I would like to move all the images to a subfolder, and update the PHP files so any reference to those images point to the ...
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delete string recursively from all index.php files in a home folder

We need a shell script to find and replace a piece of injected code within all index.php files within a /home folder
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How To Generate A Report Of All Messages Triggering A Specific NDR

CENTOS 5.x | Sendmail Hello All, I hope this is a simple question. =) I need to generate a report summary of messages that triggered a specific DSN code. For example: Jan 11 07:43:34 ...
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ssh fails to execute remote command when run from cron bash script - works from CLI

I have a script, written in bash, which runs from cron. One of the first things it does is SSH to a remote host and retrieve a list of files in a directory. Everything works fine when run from the ...
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control a bash script with variables from an external file

I would like to control a bash script like this: #!/bin/sh USER1=_parsefromfile_ HOST1=_parsefromfile_ PW1=_parsefromfile_ USER2=_parsefromfile_ HOST2=_parsefromfile_ PW2=_parsefromfile_ imapsync \ ...
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What is the best Android phone for remote ssh administration/scripting? [closed]

I've got a Moto Droid that I use with connectbot for remote admin on Linux webservers. However, I'm wondering if there are any Android phones out there with better hard keyboards for use with ...
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What is wrong? “Syntax error: unexpected end of file”

I keep getting this error, do you guys know what is wrong? rapache is an alias for restart apache mugbear:/usr/bin# cat /usr/bin/mkdomain if [ -d ...
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How can I make this script better?

I was wondering if there is a better way to create a file other than appending each line to the file. I did it this way so I can preserve readability, however, there is no indentation. Is there a way ...
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want user will logout from shell on exit of bash script

I want, when a linux user exits from a shell script, that it also logs out from the bash shell. Is this possible?
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Need script to redirect STDIN & STDOUT to named pipes

I have an app that launches an authentication helper (my script) and uses STDIN/STDOUT to communicate. I want to re-direct STDIN and STDOUT from this script to two named pipes for interaction with ...
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How can I replace line #6 in a text file in a bash script?

I have a text file that is generated by 3rd-party software as part of a build process. I want to replace one specific line - in my case, line 6. How can I do this in my bash script? I suspect sed is ...
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Unix separate multiple commands which has '&' (execute in background) in the end

To separate regular commands in Unix is to put semicolon in the end like this: cd /path/to/file;./someExecutable; But it seems not working for commands like this: ./myProgram1 > /dev/null & ...
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How to lock user in a shell script program?

Let's say I have a Linux OS without desktop environment. After the PC finish boot up, it will directly show the shell terminal to the user. I plan to write a shell script program and make it ...