My friend wanted to know how to select all files but one on the CLI or in a bash script. This is how I normally do it, do you know a better way?
From the command line
ls * | grep -v [pattern to ignore]
ls [!pattern to ignore] *
in a bash script it may look like this,
for i in `ls * | grep -v [pattern to ignore]` do do something here done
As promise, gOS 2.0 Beta1 codename “Rocket” was released today.
If you don’t already know, gOS is Ubuntu based and runs on theÃ‚Â Enlightenment 17 windows manager. With a Mac like dock, clean desktop and google’s search box integrated into the desktop, Rocket will a sure hit among new users.
Rocket is targeted for low cost distribution thus works reasonably well on low end machines. Currently all you need to run Rocket is 1GHz P3 with 256MB ram. gOS on Wikipedia
Rocket now supports virtual desktops for easy application grouping across desktops, Online storage from Box.net, Adobe Flash preloaded, gBooth webcam software and the “Exalt” WiFi manager for improved stablity. You will also realize some cosmetic changes to the desktop environment.
I’m currently downloading gOS Rocket via torrents. Get your copy here.
YouTorrent is the latest torrent search engine to hit the net. What’s different this time is that YouTorrent’s searches are real-time, meaning that no torrents files are hosted by YouTorrent but instead it goes out and graps meta information from other popular torrent search engines out there.
YouTorrent currently works with Mininova, The Pirate Bay, IsoHunt, MyBitTorrent, NewTorrents, SuprNova, Monova, Vuze, BitTorrent, LegitTorrents, SeedPeer , BT Junkie, SumoTorrent. This list will keep growring over time to futher improve YouTerrent’s reach for torrents.
BlinkList has posted an update on yesterday’s service outage. The service disruption was caused by a crashed DB server which unfortunately hosted the main DB. Data is save but as we in IT know, DB restoration is tricky and takes time.
Blinklist is still down but service should be restored within a few hours.
Update (9th January 2008 12am)
BlinkList is back online. Back to bookmarking…..
Don’t have access to RedHat certified training centers or just fancy studying with the comforts of your own home? Which ever your choice maybe, RedHat has the answer for you.
Readhat’s latest offering, Virtual Training is live, instructor led and best of all online. The courses are conducted by RedHat certified instructors and feature the same content you would receive in the standard classroom sessions. The virtual classes will be thought in 4 hours incremental sessions which should provide your brain sufficient time to rest and wonder.
Currently the cources provided are;
courses planned for the future;
Something I thought you might find interesting. There are currently 27,500 RedHat Certified Engineers (RHCE),Ã‚Â 18,500 RedHat Certified TechniciansÃ‚Â (RHCT) andÃ‚Â 46,000 RedHat CertifiedÃ‚Â ProfessionalsÃ‚Â around the globe.Ã‚Â Nothing when compared to Microsoft’s certified engineers but it does help keep the Linux engineer’s salary high.
RedHat Virtual Training FAQ
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