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comment how to use sed to remove last n lines of a file
@codecowboy, yes, just like the sed commands in the question. You can pipe it to a new file. There's no modify-in-place option here. (Don't try to pipe it back to itself!)
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answered Cross compile xalan-c 1.11, arm gcc, CodeSourcery 4.3.3, ./configure
Feb
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answered Need help to compile jnlua with mingw
Jan
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comment Any reason NOT to run Linux in a VM all the time?
It's possible, but not straight-forward. The main problem is that all your device drivers and settings would be different in each case, so you'd probably need two sets of config files. In short, it'd be a real pain to maintain. I don't know what keywords to Google.
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Jan
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answered what are the common symbols in objdump?
Jan
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comment what are the common symbols in objdump?
Oh, I see now; the documentation has a special meaning for the term "common", in this context.
Jan
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comment what are the common symbols in objdump?
It's not clear what you're asking: do mean to ask what symbols show up often, or something else?
Jan
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revised what are the common symbols in objdump?
formatting
Jan
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comment how to use sed to remove last n lines of a file
Nor on BSD, but the question is tagged Linux.
Jan
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comment how to use sed to remove last n lines of a file
That sounds unsafe; are you sure there's no race condition there? I'd imagine it would vary from shell to shell.
Jan
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Nov
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answered Issue in taking character input to C program
Nov
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comment How to analyse a coredump file of GDB
Ask a specific question; get a specific answer.
Nov
28
comment Pointing one linked list to another
Please state what problem you are having, exactly. Also, I don't see any "array" of actors (I'm going to assume that when you say "array", you mean "list".)
Nov
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comment How to analyse a coredump file of GDB
Well, that edit improved the question.
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