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Re: [SLE] What in the world happened to coreutils?!?!
  • From: Anders Johansson <andjoh@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 May 2004 00:58:16 +0200
  • Message-id: <200405190058.16409.andjoh@xxxxxxxxxx>
On Tuesday 18 May 2004 23.44, David Krider wrote:
> ``sort'' now ignores leading spaces no matter what you do.

Not my 'sort' (coreutils-5.2.1-23)

#> cat test

aaa
aab
baa
aad
aac

> cat test|sort

baa
aaa
aab
aac
aad

> cat test2

aaa
aab
baa
aad
aac

> cat test2|sort

aaa
aab
aac
aad
baa

>
> ``cut'' only inserts the output delimiter between the last and
> second-to-last ranges.

> cat test
aaa bbb ccc
aab bbc ccd
baa bab bac
aad aae eef
aac aae eeg

> cut -d ' ' --output-delimiter=':' -f 1-3 test
aaa:bbb:ccc
aab:bbc:ccd
baa:bab:bac
aad:aae:eef
aac:aae:eeg

>
> Good thing I still have an 8.2 machine to work on.

great

>
> I give up. SuSE 9.1 was an expensive mistake. gpilotd won't work. subfs
> is a hassle.

A hassle? Then turn it off. Piece of cake. One slight edit of /etc/fstab and
you're done. Mind you, the people I've installed 9.1 for have loved it


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