Bourne .sh ?
aiza21 at comclark.com
Fri Jul 2 03:39:08 UTC 2010
Chip Camden wrote:
> On Jul 02 07:43, Aiza wrote:
>> I have a file containing this
>> drwxrwxr-x 14 89987 546 512 Jun 6 2009 7.2-RELEASE
>> drwxrwxr-x 14 89987 546 512 Mar 23 04:59 7.3-RELEASE
>> drwxrwxr-x 13 89987 546 512 Nov 23 2009 8.0-RELEASE
>> drwxrwxr-x 13 89987 546 512 Jul 1 04:56 8.1-RC2
>> I want to strip off everything to the left of the release
>> version so I end up with this.
>> How would I code to do this?
> sed -e 's/.* //' < file
> assuming there are no trailing spaces on each line.
> Another alternative would be to create the list without all that detail:
> ls -1
Wow do I feel stupid. You saw through my question to the underlying
problem causing the need to strip off that stuff. I just changed the
command from ls -l to ls -1 and got what I wanted in the first place.
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