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basename command in UNIX or Linux|ubuntu

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This tutorial is all about basename command in UNIX or Linux. #ubuntu

basename command in Unix || Priya || 2021

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This video about the basename command in unix and its options with realtime examples. Watch dirname command in unix👇 🤍

Linux Commands - Basename command

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Essential Linux Commands - uname, hostname, basename, dirname & logname

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In this video, I discuss five incredibly useful command line utilities: uname, hostname, basename, dirname and logname. All of these programs are part of the GNU core utilities that are installed on every GNU/Linux distribution. You will find these utilities useful, not only as command line programs, but also in scripting. REFERENCED: ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 💰 Patreon: 🤍 💳 Paypal: 🤍 🛍️ Amazon: 🤍 👕 Teespring: 🤍 DONATE CRYPTO: 💰 Bitcoin: 1Mp6ebz5bNcjNFW7XWHVht36SkiLoxPKoX 🐶 Dogecoin: D5fpRD1JRoBFPDXSBocRTp8W9uKzfwLFAu 📕 LBC: bMfA2c3zmcLxPCpyPcrykLvMhZ7A5mQuhJ DT ON THE WEB: 🕸️ Website: 🤍 📁 GitLab: 🤍 🗨️ Mastodon: 🤍 👫 Reddit: 🤍 📽️ LBRY/Odysee: 🤍 FREE AND OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE THAT I USE: 🌐 Brave Browser - 🤍 📽️ Open Broadcaster Software: 🤍 🎬 Kdenlive: 🤍 🎨 GIMP: 🤍 🎵 Audacium: 🤍 💻 VirtualBox: 🤍 🗒️ Doom Emacs: 🤍 Your support is very much appreciated. Thanks, guys!

Session on Date and Basename command Unix

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Session on Date and Basename command Unix

Linux - basename Command - w3resource

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basename command helps to print the name of a file stripping of directories in the absolute path.

Strange behavior with UNIX `basename` command (4 Solutions!!)

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Strange behavior with UNIX `basename` command Helpful? Please support me on Patreon: 🤍 With thanks & praise to God, and with thanks to the many people who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under CC BY-SA 🤍 | Music: 🤍 | Images: 🤍 & others | With thanks to user jimtut (superuser.com/users/55687), user Gordon Davisson (superuser.com/users/7778), user chingNotCHing (superuser.com/users/292521), user Archemar (superuser.com/users/366986), user Andy Carlson (superuser.com/users/769168), and the Stack Exchange Network (superuser.com/questions/1248431). Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything is amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com

UNIX-1.11 zip, basename, mktemp, script and rcs commands

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Make sure to subscribe to my channel for more videos on UNIX, Perl and SQL. facebook: facebook.com/fuzicast twitter: 🤍fuzicast youtube: youtube.com/yuejdesigner85 zip -r filename.zip file1 file2 file3 - zip and compress files, recursively unzip filename.zip - unzip a zip file rmdir dirname - remove empty directory basename fullpath - returns the file or directory name dirname fullpath - returns the directory mktemp - creates a temporary file and outputs temp filename factor number - list the factors of a number script -a script.out - starts recording your output screen, ctrl+D to stop recording kill %% - kills previous command sudo apt-get install rcs - to install linux revision control system (RCS) mkdir RCS - create a directory called RCS to store all versions of file ci script.sh - checks in a file, file is not readable until checked out ci -u script.sh - checks in a file, file is visible for others to read co -l script.sh - checks out a file, holds the lock. co -lr1.1 script.sh - checks out a version of file, holds the lock rcsdiff script.sh - compares current file with latest checked in version rcsdiff -r1.1 -r1.2 script.sh - compares version 1.1 and 1.2 which command - tells you where such command resides in locate keyword - searches for files or paths that contains keyword (that are accessible to you)

UNIX-1.11 zip, basename, mktemp, script and rcs commands

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Make sure to subscribe to my channel for more videos on UNIX, Perl and SQL. facebook: facebook.com/fuzicast twitter: 🤍fuzicast youtube: youtube.com/yuejdesigner85 zip -r filename.zip file1 file2 file3 - zip and compress files, recursively unzip filename.zip - unzip a zip file rmdir dirname - remove empty directory basename fullpath - returns the file or directory name dirname fullpath - returns the directory mktemp - creates a temporary file and outputs temp filename factor number - list the factors of a number script -a script.out - starts recording your output screen, ctrl+D to stop recording kill %% - kills previous command sudo apt-get install rcs - to install linux revision control system (RCS) mkdir RCS - create a directory called RCS to store all versions of file ci script.sh - checks in a file, file is not readable until checked out ci -u script.sh - checks in a file, file is visible for others to read co -l script.sh - checks out a file, holds the lock. co -lr1.1 script.sh - checks out a version of file, holds the lock rcsdiff script.sh - compares current file with latest checked in version rcsdiff -r1.1 -r1.2 script.sh - compares version 1.1 and 1.2 which command - tells you where such command resides in locate keyword - searches for files or paths that contains keyword (that are accessible to you)

Shell script to take backup of user's file | step by step | dirname command and basename command

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Hello guys , this video is about creating a shell script to take backup of user's file for multiple users present in the system . I had explained each step in detail and also resolved the possible errors that we gets while creating user backup shell script . I had used the concept of arrays for taking multiple users for backup , id command to test whether the given user exist in the system or not , awk command to find the home directory of respective users and finally the tar command to archive and compress user's file present in its home directory . while creating the shell script , we will also learn about two important commands that is dirname command in linux and basename command in linux . Along , with that I had aso explained the way to variables in awk command . Topics covered in this video are : - shell script to take backup of multiple users - shell script to take backup user's files - step by step user backup shell script development - using variables inside awk command in shell scripting - dirname command in linux - basename command in linux - shell script to find if user exists in the system - shell script to find the home directories of multiple users - shell script to archive and compress user's file - user backup shell script in detail #backup #shell #script #dirname #basename _ Support My Work On ... Patreon :) 🤍 _ Connect With Me On ... Telegram :) 🤍 Instagram :) 🤍 LinkdIn :) 🤍 Facebook :) 🤍

basename.mpeg

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Error: Typing the wrong instruction to execute the command "basename" in a shell script make server down.

Unix & Linux: dirname and basename vs parameter expansion (4 Solutions!!)

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Unix & Linux: Execute on the basename of a find command (5 Solutions!!)

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bash how to basename

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Unix & Linux: use basename in find -exec? (2 Solutions!!)

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Basename - Shell Command to Return Just the Filename (Debian)

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Unix & Linux: Use basename to parse a list of paths held in a file (6 Solutions!!)

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Ubuntu: What is the difference between locate --basename and locate --wholename on Linux?

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Unix & Linux: basename "$0" not working

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Unix & Linux: How to extract just the "basename" of parent directory in shell? (3 Solutions!!)

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Unix & Linux: Mv several file to directory with same basename (3 Solutions!!)

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dirname e basename - [ POSIX SHELL ]

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Shell script with looping basename

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shell_script with looping

Rename multiple files in Linux adding prefix or suffix in the filename - Ubuntu - Bash

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We see in this video tutorial how to replace string inside filename, how to add prefix to a filename, how to add a suffix to a filename. how to rename multiple filename manipulating strings in bash, we shall see how to replace strings using pattern search inside bash. If you like subscribe channel and not forget to help to make to grow our channel. thank you for watching.

Linux readlink command

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How to use Linux readlink command

How to use the command cksum in Linux?

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Here, I explain the way to use cksum in the linux command.

BASH Rename Multiple Files Linux Shell Tutorial

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Linux for beginners - 03 pwd, basename, cd, ls, cat, touch

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This video gives brief idea about linux commands like pwd, basename, cd, ls, cat and touch

how to rename a file in the linux terminal

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the command is "mv" and is a command that is also used for moving files as well. go figure. but of course has slightly different syntax depending on the command u would like to perform

UNIX shell expansion: proper use and advanced forms

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This talk will go over proper use of bash expansions (e.g., variable substitution) and their less well known forms (e.g., the remove matching prefix/suffix pattern). The former will mainly concern itself with how to use proper quoting to avoid as many word splitting issues as possible and the later with a whirlwind tour of the less common options available. ­_ This webinar was presented by Tyson Whitehead (SHARCNET) on February 3rd, 2016 as a part of a series of regular biweekly webinars ran by SHARCNET. The webinars cover different high performance computing (HPC) topics, are approximately 45 minutes in length, and are delivered by experts in the relevant fields. Further details can be found on this web page: 🤍 SHARCNET is a consortium of 18 Canadian academic institutions who share a network of high performance computers (🤍). SHARCNET is a part of Compute Ontario (🤍 and Compute Canada (🤍).

Linux команда basename - выделяет краткое имя файла из полного имени.

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Linux команда basename - выделяет краткое имя файла из полного имени. Ссылка на видео "Linux команда tree - отображает дерево директорий." 🤍 #!/bin/bash # basename # 0:41 выделение имени файла из полного имени basename ~/Documents/new.txt # 0:51 удаление суффикса БЕЗ ДОПОЛНИТЕЛЬНОЙ ОПЦИИ из полного имени файла и суффакса (через пробел за полным именем файла) basename ~/Documents/new.txt .txt basename ~/Documents/new.txt w.txt basename ~/Documents/new.txt txt # 1:35 удаление суффикса из полного имени файла basename -s .txt ~/Documents/new.txt basename -s w.txt ~/Documents/new.txt basename -s txt ~/Documents/new.txt # 1:54 удаление суффикса срузу из двух полных имён файлов basename -s .txt ~/Documents/new.txt ~/Documents/old.txt # 2:46 удаление суффикса срузу из 3-х полных имён файлов с разными расширениями basename -s .txt ~/Documents/new.txt ~/Documents/old.txt ~/Documents/basename.sh # 3:10 Справка basename help

Linux | 1 | Frequently used UNIX Commands - part one

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Unix commands hands on 1. date 2. cal 3. ls 4. cp 5. mv 6. vi 7. touch 8. rm 9. cd 10. echo 11. man 12. mkdir 13. rmdir 14. find 15.grep 16.egrep 17.top 18.ps 19. wc 20.watch

Unix & Linux: Grabbing the extension in a file name (7 Solutions!!)

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Unix & Linux: Grabbing the extension in a file name The Question: How do I get the file extension from bash? Here's what I tried: filename=`basename $filepath` fileext=${filename##*.} By doing that I can get extension of bz2 from the path /dir/subdir/file.bz2, but I have a problem with the path /dir/subdir/file-1.0.tar.bz2. I would prefer a solution using only bash without external programs if it is possible. To make my question clear, I was creating a bash script to extract any given archive just by a single command of extract path_to_file. How to extract the file is determined by the script by seeing its compression or archiving type, that could be .tar.gz, .gz, .bz2 etc. I think this should involve string manipulation, for example if I get the extension .gz then I should check whether it has the string .tar before .gz if so, the extension should be .tar.gz. Solutions: Please watch the whole video to see all solutions, in order of how many people found them helpful This solution helped 7 people $ echo "thisfile.txt"|awk -F . '{print $NF}' Comments on this here: 🤍 file-extension-in-shell-script/ echo ${filename#$(echo $filename | sed 's/.[^[:digit:]].*$//g;')} For example: % echo $filename 2.6.35-zen2.patch.lzma % echo ${filename#$(echo $filename | sed 's/.[^[:digit:]].*$//g;')} .patch.lzma This solution helped 20 people If the file name is file-1.0.tar.bz2, the extension is bz2. The method you're using to extract the extension (fileext=${filename##*.}) is perfectly valid1. How do you decide that you want the extension to be tar.bz2 and not bz2 or 0.tar.bz2? You need to answer this question first. Then you can figure out what shell command matches your specification. * One possible specification is that extensions must begin with a letter. This heuristic fails for a few common extensions like 7z, which might be best treated as a special case. Here's a bash/ksh/zsh implementation: basename=$filename; fileext= while [[ $basename = ?*.* && ( ${basename##*.} = [A-Za-z]* || ${basename##*.} = 7z ) ]] do fileext=${basename##*.}.$fileext basename=${basename%.*} done fileext=${fileext%.} For POSIX portability, you need to use a case statement for pattern matching. while case $basename in ?*.*) case ${basename##*.} in [A-Za-z]*|7z) true;; *) false;; esac;; *) false;; esac do ... * Another possible specification is that some extensions denote encodings and indicate that further stripping is needed. Here's a bash/ksh/zsh implementation (requiring shopt -s extglob under bash and setopt ksh_glob under zsh): basename=$filename fileext= while [[ $basename = ?*.🤍(bz2|gz|lzma) ]]; do fileext=${basename##*.}.$fileext basename=${basename%.*} done if [[ $basename = ?*.* ]]; then fileext=${basename##*.}.$fileext basename=${basename%.*} fi fileext=${fileext%.} Note that this considers 0 to be an extension in file-1.0.gz. 1 ${VARIABLE##SUFFIX} and related constructs are in 🤍 onlinepubs/009695399/utilities/xcu_chap02.html#tag_02_06_02, so they work in any non-antique Bourne-style shell such as ash, bash, ksh or zsh. With thanks & praise to God, and with thanks to the many people who have made this project possible! | Content (except music & images) licensed under cc by-sa 3.0 | Music: 🤍 | Images: 🤍 & others | With thanks to user uray (🤍 user Michael Bar-Sinai (🤍 user Maciej Piechotka (🤍 user Grzegorz Wierzowiecki (🤍 user glenn jackman (🤍 user Gilles 'SO- stop being evil' (🤍 user eadmaster (🤍 user Chris (🤍 and the Stack Exchange Network (🤍 Trademarks are property of their respective owners. Disclaimer: All information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. You are responsible for your own actions. Please contact me if anything is amiss at Roel D.OT VandePaar A.T gmail.com.

Advanced unix String handling substr extraction find length of string array

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Oracle SQL PLSQL and Unix Shell Scripting

Unix & Linux: How to use iw command to activate WiFi network?

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nohup - Run Commands in the Background - Linux CLI

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nohup - run a command immune to hangups, with output to a non-tty

Unix Scripting Daily Usage | Find with Grep | Loops in Unix| Renaming file in scripts | Shell Script

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This video talks about the following commands:- Welcome to DataPundit Linux/Unix Shell Scripting 1. $$ processID mv filename.csv $(basename filename.csv .csv)_processed_by_$$.csv ex. filename_processed_by_467583.csv 2. for loop , if condition use cases file=a_file.txt for i in `cat $file` do echo "$i" done 3. while read file do .. done "angular inward redirection "dir1/my_files.dat 4. Find *.json file but ignore the pattern which has absolute string in it. $ find . -type f \( -name "*.json" ! -name "*absolute*" \) example: *.json ram_absolute_30042021.json 5. Find *.csv file but ignore few directories $ find . -type f -name "*.csv" ! -path "./Policy/*" ! -path "./Documents/*" ! -path "./Picture/*" 6. Finding the file which has $ grep "DataPundit" $(find . -name "*.docs") 7. Recursive Grep Or find with grep grep -r -i 'the sinking ship' / VS find / -type f -exec grep -i 'the sinking ship' {} \;

How to Use Unix Zip Command

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The UNIX Zip command allows you to zip and compress your folder while they are being encrypted. You can even unzip them using a command. Don't forget to check out our site 🤍 for more free how-to videos! 🤍 - our feed 🤍 - join us on facebook 🤍 - our group in Google+ In this tutorial we will show you how to use the unix zip command. Over here, we will also encrypt the zip files through the terminal application only. The zip command compresses the file while encrypting it. You can even unzip the file later on by entering its command. To understand how to use the unix zip commands better, follow the tutorial below. Step 1 Open the directory First of all, let's move to the desktop and list the contents of the directory. Over here, you can see one file being displayed here. Step 2 Zip your file and enter password Now let's zip the file. For that, let's type the command "zip e 1.zip 1" and hit enter. This command actually means you are zipping the file while encrypting it, assigning the new name as 1.zip and providing the source file name which, in our case, is one. Now you would be required to type the password twice, hitting enter each time. With that done, you would get a message that your file has been stored. Step 3 Unzip the file For uncompressing a zip file, you can use the unzip command. For that, simply write "unzip", space, and the name of the file which in this case is "1.zip" Since the file is encrypted, you will be required to type in the password. Step 4 Type "R" to rename file With that done, you will be asked if you would like to replace or rename the file. This is because in our case, the exact same file is already present on the desktop, that's why it prompted us with this particular request. Over here, let's rename the file being unzipped. For that, type "r" and hit enter. This is the file that we had previously zipped using the unix zip command. Step 5 Rename the unzipped file With that done, you will be required to type the name of the new file. The file will now be extracted. Now let's list the contents of the directory and there you can see the new file which has been extracted. And that's it, through these unix zip commands given above you can compress a folder while encrypting it.

Unix & Linux: Bash shell scripting basic question regarding the syntax and basename (2 Solutions!!)

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basename command is outputting an 'enter' character along with the file name (2 Solutions!!)

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