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Old 01-29-2016, 07:11 AM   #16
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Thanks reply ,

"do something about it ..." <<== Could you suggest what should do in this part ?

Thanks
I cannot possiably read your mind, so I have no Idea what it is your want to do.
Listen,,, do not be scared to learn... use that brain God gave you and figure it out, like that one person said in here. Write a bash script, post it, or the parts you're having problems with. then explaine what it is you're trying to do. This way people can help you learn how to help yourself.

I'm guessing you have no experience in programming whatsoever.

look around on Google, read up on basic programming technics, you'll find that an if statment is the same in all languages, it test for true. Read Basic Bash, make the terminal your friend, if you can write it on the term then it will work in Bash.

find some bash code - write it out on the term, then play with it to see what it is doing, until you get a good understanding of what it is that it is doing. then move on from there.

Don't bite off more then you can chew. then ask someone to chew your food for you before they give it to you.

thing is I even put in links to show you some code on how to open files in BASH....

peice it together, use echo a lot before actually putting the code into action, so you can see what your script is doing first, cuts down on mistakes that lead to the "opps F*#k that up", or "What the Hell did I just do? Now I got a ask how do I fix that too", questions.

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Old 01-29-2016, 08:52 AM   #17
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"do something about it ..." <<== Could you suggest what should do in this part ?

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Post what you have written thus far.
 
  


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